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My built in sound card's sound is too low.... and i need to max the subwoofer to hear the sound... the max volume sound of subwoofer is just like listening to radio with earphone.... ^_^ sorry for my bad english

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First try to reinstall the sound software. If that doesn't not work and you have the volume at the maxium within the software on you computer. Conside buying a external soundcard like SoundBlaster,turn the "onboard" sound off and use the new sound.  

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