Question about Philips MMS171 Computer Speakers
Everything sounds like it is echoing
Click on the speaker on the tool bar, it should brong up the audio panel, now you need a source like media player, once in there you can play one of the free radio stations that come with Windows media player and adjust the sound with the equaliser that comes with the program, you can't expect much if you don't have a sound card, but you should get an improvement over what you are getting noe. Also if you like, download win- amp, the free version comes in 3 flavors get the full version, it comes with shoutcast and aol radio for free, and several controls to improve your sounds, and you may need an upgrade codec pak, this will have plug-ins for better quality sound, when looking for the free version look to the small print as they like to push the pay version of course. here is the link for the codecs, http://www.free-codecs.com/K_Lite_Codec_Pack_download.htm
This should get going, good luck, just cut and paste the address into a browser to get the goodies, Peace, Gym
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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Unintended reverberation, or "echoing," from your computer speakers is a common problem that can arise from improper setup of your audio properties.
Resetting all of your audio information to default will correct this problem, allowing you another chance to strike a good balance to satisfy your audio tastes.
This can be accomplished by accessing the Sounds menu in your operating system.
Select the "Start" menu from the bottom-left corner of your screen, and click on "Control Panel." Find the "hardware and Sound" button and click to select.
Click on the sound icon and select the third tab labeled "Sounds" in the window that appears. A list of sounds will appear, beginning with "Asterisk." Click on a sound to highlight and select test.
Listen to hear if the echoing problem occurs.
If it does, you need to configure your speakers or check to see if it is a third-party issue.
Select the first tab labeled "Playback" from the same window. Right-click on the "Speakers" icon. Click on "Configure Speakers" from the top of the list.
Choose a setup from the list that appears and select test to test different sound configurations for the speakers.
Listen to decipher if one configuration has less echo than another. If so, choose the speaker configuration without the echo to fix the problem.
However, if none of the configurations remove the echo, you need to attempt to troubleshoot the issue from "Safe Mode."
Turn on your computer if it is off or restart your computer. Continuously press the "F8" key until the "Advance Boot Options" screen appears.
Use your arrow keys to navigate the screen, pressing down until you have highlighted the "Safe Mode" option. Hit "Enter" to select. Wait for the drivers to load.
Log on from the "Administrator" account. Test the sounds again, and if the echo does not occur, the cause is a third-party driver or service.
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