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Low sound in headphone

When ever i connect speakers the sound is great but in my headphone i hear low sound . i use dellGX280 .i want a solution

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I would say it is because the unit does not have a built in amplifier. The speakers are powered PC speakers of studio monitors I am guessing. Try plugging the headphones into the headphone jack of the speakers if they have a headphone jack or try a set of powered headphones out of the Edirol and see if it helps.

That should remedy the problem.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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