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Sound my system has one speaker that is louder than the rest, how can I even them out some?

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Re: sound

Try tweaking the balance on the volume settings on your pc. you may also temporarily try to connect your speakers to an mp3 device (ipod) just to check if your speakers have equal sound level.

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Re: sound

I dont Believe you can! If its the central speaker its made to be louder if look at the tech details here:
it says 15.4 watts for central channel
unless you know how to wire in resistors then i cant think of anything else

Posted on Dec 19, 2007

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