When i browse the net the website songs and sounds are very low even if i have the volume up all the way but we the laptop starts up the sound is load even when i put in a movie its even lower then on websites
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Check whether the volume to media level setting. If it is let to extreme low, there will be no audio output, although the system start-up sound can be heard through the headphone. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Firstly check the system sound. Its located on the bottom right corner. See if the volume level is to high or not.If that is not the case then check the volume control or else the sound in the software you use to listen to songs. If still sound is low then it is a hardware problem.
There's not really any magic fix to this as far as I'm aware. I usually don't burn CD's from my Tascam directly, but export the mix to the PC and do final touches and burn from there. I don't typically normalize though and the levels are what has come out of the Tascam. I do however use compression on many of the tracks (and sometimes on the whole mix) before exporting which will squash the peaks and lows together and thus give you an overall higher volume with your level meters peaking in the normal place you're used to.
There are other factors like EQ without which a mix can sound too loud and perhaps cause you to lower the levels when really things in the mix just need to be allowed to sit in different EQ bands.
Compression is the key though. Unfortunately even well recorded instruments and vocals naturally contain wide fluxuation in terms of lows and highs and these need to be smoothed out in order to obtain anywhere near the volume of a commercial CD. With compression alone the result may still fall short as the use of pro quality mastering effects can really make a world of difference to overall percieved volume as well.
If you have windows XP check : control panel / Sound speech and audio devices / Sound and audio devices. Then check that the volume cursor can be moved and that the device is not muted. If this doesnt work remove the sound card from device manager, and install it back using drivers from your recovery disk or download them from Toshiba website.