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Only getting half the volume

Recently moved w/ theZ-4 series, logitech 2.1 computer speakers w/ subwoofer. they worked fine w/ loud volume, but recently set up again after the new move and i'm only getting about 1/2 the volume when you turn the dial to full. why did i lose all that sound?.
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The first things I would check would be the volume control within your operating system. If I assume you have Windows XP, you would go to Start-->All Program-->Accessories-->Entertainment and click "Volume Control". Make sure all of the sliders are at least 1/2 way up. You might also want to check to make sure the cable from the speakers to the computer is plugged into the proper jack (usually the green one), as sometimes computers have jacks for rear speakers, which might make them sound quieter.

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