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Volume I have an acer aspire 3680 laptop, How can I increase the volume. With it at max it is still very low. Please help

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Use either a Haenset or external speakar to increase the volume.

Posted on Sep 10, 2007

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Buy some external speakers and use those

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i have windows 7, so to turn it off i did this:

right click the speaker icon at the bottom right.
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click 'levels', then at the bottom there is a slider saying 'internal subwoofer'.
slide this to 0.
click 'ok', then close all the windows.

The internal subwoofer is off, (but can be turned on again if you want), so the crackling should have stopped.
It worked for me...

Hope this helped! ;D

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