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Poor sound quality/Speakers not working

The sound from the headphones is VERY staticy and no sound or noise will come from the speakers.

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    very tinny sound coming from the speakers in the back of the 272p4 monitor



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That might be because :

-Your using a burned DVD
-It's just a piece of shit
-You need new headphones

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