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Speakers Muffled I have my second set of speakers, but the same problem. The first set sounded fine for a few months, then started sounding like someone was speaking softly in a tube, so it's very hard to understand. Then the speakers went totally silent. I thought it was the speakers that had the problem, so I bought another set of speakers. As soon as I hooked them up, they automatically had the same issue, muffled sound. It must be something in the computer, but I don't know where to look. Please help me. Thank you.

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Say "sound card" or maybe you fryed something due to overuse and or playing them too loud? Nah. Everyone plays speakers at the recomended level. Seriously, you need to get this checked out: radioshack.

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