Question about Nintendo Game Boy Advance Console
Well I'll assume that it's just the voices that you're not hearing and all the rest of the sound is fine.
First, are you sure the game in question has voice acting?
If so, check the game's (not the console's) sound options, there is usually a way to adjust the sound levels of Voice, SFX, and BGM. If this doesn't work, make sure all the cords related to your sound system are completely plugged in.
If all else fails and there really is a problem, it would be with the game and not the console. It's unlikely, but there are defective games and you can usually exchange them for a new game if you have the receipt and haven't waited too long.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
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