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Speaker Output My Acer computer speakers are distorting voices, the output sounds like its playing at the wrong speed, voices are very high pitch...can you help...

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Hi this is vijay , it is not ur speaker prob , it is ur music player prob, plz use k-lite codek pack 3.0. and i hope it will slove ur prob.

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