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Volume problem when using my Itunes or Dvd player I can barely hear the volume I have a MAC OSX 10.4.11 my audio is texas instrument tas3004. what could be my problem

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    Ron Stoak May 08, 2008

    both volumes were on high.

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What software are you using to control the tas3004?

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Try turning up both the system volume (on your top menu bar, by your clock), and the itunes volume (in the itunes window), maybe one of them is set too low..?
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Posted on May 02, 2008

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    Brad Neufeld May 08, 2008

    are you using external speakers? are they powered, or not?


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