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Acer ast180 speakers do not work properly the sound is echoing

I just bought an acer ast180 plugged it all in but thesound coming out of it is echoed it came new out of the box thesound levels have been manually set to 40 out of apossible 100 wats next?

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Check the volume , bass, treble settings. Check whether u have plugged the wires correctly

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