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Fuzzy speakers Every speakers we try to get for this computer all have the same problem, a really loud fuzzy sound. We have replaced the speakers and i still have the same problem.

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The problem lies with settings in your computer. Lower the levels a needed in sounds and audio devices accessible through "System" "Comtrol panel" "Sounds and audio devices"

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