My acer aspire one laptop has volume, but it is full of reverb.
Anything with sound sounds like it is inside a barrell or the grand canyon. The echo is terrible. I checked the sound mixer and the reverb is not on, but the sound is horrible and you can't make out what you are hearing. Any suggestions?
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Re: My acer aspire one laptop has volume, but it is full...
Have you set your mic with your messaging program
if so then continue with instructions below
if you have not then let me know what messaging program
control panel click icon for sound effect manager
then in sound effect environment should say none
then mixer and if dot in mic is a grey colour then click
should be yellowy colour
in 3d audio put check in
let me know if this has helped if not then we'll need to try something else
restart system and try sound again
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Does the laptop have a built-in microphone? Make sure the microphone output is turned off (muted) in the playback volume settings. It could be at just the right setting to be causing a decaying feedback. Also, many sound softwares today have other features for echo, reverb, etc. My Creative one has a vast selection of simulated reverb like Concert Hall, Bathroom, Basement, Cathedral, even one call Haunted Cavern. Look for these in the advanced options section of your sound controls. These normally aren't a part of the standard windows volume control. There should be a shortcut similar to Sound Mixer to access them, if you have it.
it sounds like you might have an old driver with your computer or possibly a progam running in the program is not allowing the computer to run fast enough to play the music. also try disabling if you have, antivirus programs or anti spyware programs.