Not much you can do about this. The movie industry sets movies to low volume when recording for better sound. They expect you to have the equipment to boost the sound. This cuts down on their outside noise. Only solution for this is to install external speakers as I have done for my movie or TV playing (I installed a TV adapter so I could hook up a projector and display the BIG game outside) but as you say, we couldn't hear it until I hooked up external speakers.
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Just rip all your DVDs to your computer or external storage, install a plugin for Windows Media Player (if you have it), and you've now got a digital library of movies that you can watch at any time from anywhere! If you have an xBox 360 or Apple TV, it's super easy to get your DVDs onto your HDTV.
The process is relatively simple, so even if you are not technically savvy, you should be able to rip all of your DVDs without an issue.
You need to buy an external DVD RW, you will be able to watch and record DVD and CDs on your Eee. Here is a lelection, they start from $40 Cheap ones are usually big, probably bigger than your Eee, here are a couple of nice pocket model
You can check already the audio setting in your dvd software maybe the volume is low or mute. Click Start, accessories,entertainment and volume control adjust the volume to higher or look if the volume is mute
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