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I have a Durabrand HT-391,it works,sounds great,but on some songs,movies or whatever is playing at the time,the bass sounds WAY too loud,to the point of it sounding (almost) blown....I know its fine,i

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There are no drivers for speakers like this as they do NOT interact with the OS. They merely amplify the signal from the sound card. That has drivers.
You need to use an equalizer. There is a built in one in Windows.

Posted on Mar 28, 2014

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SOURCE: Load Clicking Noise on Deep Bass or Explosion sequences

When you play to loud, the sub element hits the magnet and thats the sound you are hearing. Nothing wrong with the speaker, but you could damange your sub element doing this several times.
Solution, turn the volume done.
The speakers sound great, but remember there are only 2 7" speakers, they cant produce an earthquake. For that you need bigger subbs.

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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SOURCE: need to know how to make the surround sound work

Your regular TV set must be able to process the surround encoding through its output to where the Durabrand is taking the sound from.

Also, if you are using the TV set on a converter, Cable Box, or Sat receiver, and you are not taking the output from the component output there will be no surround from the source.

Surround sound is critical to how it is processed and applied.

Jerry G.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Durabrand HT-391

If you telephone 1-4-all they will sort it for you, they did for me!

Posted on Apr 30, 2009

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SOURCE: REGENT MODEL HT391 SURROUND SYSTEM

in order to watch tv and hear sound through this system u have to have r cabe going though either ur cable box or a vca anything that is cable ready u then hook the system in to that u will then have the sound going throu the system not the tv but if r tv has a buitl in dvd player u may be out of luck sorry lol i just figred this out after having it for more than a year

Posted on Dec 18, 2009

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SOURCE: JBL EON 15-G2 Powered Speaker/Monitor - My

you want JBL Professional group if this involves the Eon product line.


1-800-852-5776


Or on the website


http://www.jblproservice.com/

Posted on Nov 23, 2010

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