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Problem with speakers!!

I bought Trust company's 2.0 speaker set and am not satisfied. The problem is that when i make the volume level to full the sound deteriorates. So kindly help me what is the main problem.



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Re: Problem with speakers!!

Try to check out your volume controls or any other audio booster softwares...

then check your speaker volume control or additional controls.

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