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Zoostorm subwoofer speaker system for zoostorm computer


I am a novice with computers so my son put everything together and everything works fine except for the zoostorm subwoofer speaker system. When playing music or a DVD the people speaking sound muffled as it they were in a room far away. When trying to listen to a music cd the singers sound as if they are in an empty room as if they echo.

Can any one please help me with this problem.



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