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I hook speakers to output,sounds good but volume seems low even turned allway up using mikes as imput,any ideas.I'm using 8ohm load speakers on the 8ohm term. thanks

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Microphones have very low levels. Most times we need to use a "microphone preamp" or mixer to boost the mic levels.

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The trouble is, such speakers usually don't sound so good at the very low volume settings needed for evening and late night use in a campsite environment to avoid annoyance to neighbours.

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Dear Esther M Shane, if you are having problems with hearing other skype contacts, please do next :

Check your output(speaker) volume, put it on maximal,

talk with your contact, advise him/her to volume up their output, or to possibly change their quality due to equivalent of your chat.

Its not really your fault if you cant heart their output very well, those people should check for problems with their imputs, ofcourse if you done all checkings I have told at the text up there.

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Then, next, there are controls on the Viewsonic, one is a mute function. Turn off the mute and crank the output level all the way up, those little speakers do not have much punch to them.

Finally, you need to go to your sound card's control panel, and turn up the volume to the speakers, and of course, turn off the mute.

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