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Packard bell easynote speakers are very quiet

With the volume up full the speakers are very quiet. No distortion in sound, just low volume. Is there a test I could do to check if it's a speaker or driver problem?

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  • Allan Dec 01, 2012

    If I use external speakers/headphones the volume is fine. It just seems to be the internal ones that are playing up

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