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The volume on my headphones are to low

I have bought a new pair of cordless fm headphones ( phillips sbc hc8445 ) today set everything up all right but when i listen to it the sound is far to low i tryed my other headphones to make sure it was not the sound and they where working fine i was just ondering if there was any software that will help me boost the volume

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  • john_summerh Feb 04, 2009

    its just for listenimg to youtube and music files on my pc

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HOW DO NOT KNOW HOW TO USE SHB 8400 PHILIPS HEADPHONE I HAVE NO INSTRUCTION THANK YOU

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If you are using an ipod then go to itunes highlight all music right click it, then click get info, volume adjustment +100%

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