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Speakers wont turn down

The speakers wont turn down and every time i plug them in the the computer they make a loud buzing noise

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    just get a ticking sound.no speaking

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Its the audio quality in windows settings. go to the cpanel and change the sound volume in windows sound settings

then change volume. it should work otherwise. there old speakers. try buying a new bose speaker or something.

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