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Bose cinemate speaker system suddenly gets very loud why?


If the unit is around 5-6 years old or less, you have a bad Rotary Encoder. It is an input to the microprocessor IC(a computer within your Bose). If you would like to inquire about repairing your Bose, please visit me at my website, audioserviceclinic.com. You may contact me directly from the site.

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Jl w7 not loud enough


If your sub isn't loud enough you may want to look into a few things;

1. What type of amp you're using and its output rating
2. The gauge of your power, ground, and speaker wiring
3. The condition and type of enclosure you are using
4. Check to make sure the speaker cables don't touch, because this can cause it to ground itself out and produce little to no sound.
5. Check the RCA connections and make sure they are in order

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Not loud enough at max volume


The computer sound card has to have enough umph to drive the speakers. Most Netbooks and some laptops just don't have enough power to create loud sound.

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The internal speakers aren't loud enough for listening to movies.


This is somewhat common with laptop computers as the speakers are tiny and if there is much background noise, the sound is not loud enough to hear properly. I would recommend that you pick up a $10 pair of ear buds that you can plug in and put in your ears to hear the sound. These can be purchased at your local Walmart store.

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The volume of my built-in speaker is not loud enough


The volume os thes speakers are limited bytheir size.

If you have increased your volume control to the max, and they are still not loud enough,

I suggest you purchase a pair of acessary speakers, and use them instead.

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Sound is not loud enough 22 inch flat screen sound isnt loud enough


you need to compare it with another set of the same make, if it's still not loud enough, it could be an ill adjusted factory setting, a mouse has invaded the TV and is living in the speaker, or you may be going deaf.

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Ensure your speaker ratings (4 ohm, 8 ohm, etc) are sufficient with the output of your unit. The protect mode sense a currently level on the output amps that is nearing the failure rating. Just make sure your have properly rated speakers.


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LOUD SPEAKER NOT LOUD ENOUGH


After checking the reviews for your phone, it seems to be a common problem with that model. I'll give you a link...

http://reviews.argos.co.uk/1493-en_gb/5523324/reviews.htm

Wish the news was better.

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Sound is not loud


buy separate speakers there are issues with lcd monitor speakers not being loud or powerful enough.
Sorry, but separate speakers are the easiest solution

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Connect the projector to an external amplifier and speakers.
The speaker system built in is designed for watching movies etc in a small quiet room.

Hope that helps =)

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