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Poor speaker volume

I have a DELL desktop with Windows XP OS and DELL speakers that came with the PC.
The speaker volume is very poor, and all the audio settings are on full.
How can I improve the volume, I don't wish to blast the room with volume, I just want to be able to listen to tutorials without having to place the speaker on my ear.

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If the speakers do not have internal amplifiers they won't be very strong.

SOME have the capability of being used either way. Those have a place to plug in a power adapter wall wart to power them.

The internal amp in the laptop just don't have much power to drive passive speakers.

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