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Can I connect external speakers?

I can run the sound scale up to 40 or 50 and the sound does not get much louder. Can I use external speakers to get more sound?

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Yes on most computer you can use them and TV's as well.

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you are try to get sound for external sound. maybe you put the jack in wrong hole ? or your external device isnot working. or your volume is not high. 
try these pls. and notice us.

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Go to control panel / sounds / audio, and see if the boxes have greyed out writing, if so then the driver needs reloading, if they are all good check all settings.

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SOURCE: connecting external speakers

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go into your settings on the tv and see if there is a section on speakers and try to set it to external speackers ,,,,,,,,,,,,,good luck Roy

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Assuming there is an external power amplifier, my advice would be to turn the volume on the amp (regardless of whether there's a receiver connected) to 0 before turning the power on. If it still makes such a noise, it's possible the volume control of the amp may require cleaning.

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These speakers may be sufficient if you are performing typical computer tasks, but when you play computer games, listen to music or watch movies on your computer, you may want louder and more vibrant sound.
You can achieve this by installing external speakers or headphones. These can be connected to your computer through the speaker or USB ports included on your computer.

Plug in the speakers or headphones.
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Configure your settings.
Select your device from the list and click "Configure" to test your settings.
You can adjust the volume by using the volume slider on your computer's task bar or using external controls on the speakers or headphones.


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