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A6700y HP PC sound is tinny echo. I've adjusted all settings, changed speakers, won't correct problem.

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Maybe your microphone is on and giving feedack of what it hears. Try disconnecting it and let us know what it did. Also once a pair of headphones ( believe or not ) cted like weak microphones. When you tapped them, big speakers made the sound. There was a dual plug for both large speakers and headphones to be connected to the green sound out. Anyway, tell us what it did after you disconnected the mic.

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