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When I try to use both internal and external speakers at the same

Time, I get an unwanted echo sound. How do I eliminate this echo?

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Check your plugins to make sure the external speakers arren't plugged into the rear surround plugin. That usually makes an echo sound. Also try adjusting your equalizer. Right side of eq should be up higher, then middle should be a little lower, and left side of eq should be about the middle setting. If this works or not let me know

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