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It looks like an entry level tablet. It doesn't appear to have Bluetooth. I was going to suggest an external Bluetooth speaker. You can however get powered speakers that would connect to the headphone socket.
I can't figure out what you are asking. Can you rephrase your question? What operating system are you using, Win7? If so, try right-clicking on the "speaker" icon found in the system tray (lower right hand side of screen) and select 'Open Volume Mixer' option. Make sure all settings are not set to minimum. It could be another config setting. Explore other options under the "speaker" icon.
This may sound silly, bit do you have your tablet in a sleeve or cover? If so, check that the cover is not covering the speaker outlet(s) on the back of the tablet. If it is, a hole or slot cut into the cover over where the speakers are located should fix the problem.
By the way, a quick test to see if this is the proble is to operate the tablet with the cover removed. If the sound is now OK, it's the cover causing the problem. This happens more often than you might think...
Also, some tablet do have really poor audio systems and both low volume and low quality sound. Hopefully your tablet is not one of them.
Sometimes the app you're using has it's own sound control that overrides the device sound setting. Look in the app for sound settings, eg audiobooks apps often have a separate setting for volume and this is the one that you need to adjust.
this could be a codec problem or video was record on low sound settings .try checking that your sound is up full right click on sound icon....open volume mixer make sure all slides are up full.
hope this helps
My Android (not an Iolo) has both a touchscreen volume control--as well as a pair of physical volume control sliders--the latter on the right outside edge. I put the tab into a temp car mount: The resulting friction slid the volume down to nil--the the physical sliders, contacting the mount, proved the culprit (despite the touchscreen volume control setting). I proved puzzled at first, cursing the tab.
there a few. free apps for this using play store the problem is the built in speakers may not do it so it sounds crackly,one fix I saw was using the equalizer and turning up the bass.I have not tried this yet,they recommend headphones hope this helps
Try adjust the control panel to full volume. If it the volume is still too low to hear movie conversation, put the movie back to computer and use some video tool to set it volume up. I think the pavtube video converter can increase video volume by 400% by converting them.