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Sound Distortion Hi i am having a problem that has just developed, I am getting a loud distorted sound from my computer spekers unless i have the volume set really low on my computer, even then somtimes the distortion still comes, like when somebody pops online in messenger (it can be quite loud even with the volume set low) the speakers are ok because i have tested them on a cd player, the distorted sound even happens through a set of new headphones. I have been using the onboad sound of my ASUS M2n-e SLi, but have even tryed it using a PCI sound card i have and it was exactly the same, Hope you can help Martyn

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Somekind of hardware side failure or bad drivers.
I hear sounds from my audio output if i connect my headphones there directly but when I connect it to my speaker system they filter the distortion.

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