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I wana increase the sounds of my toshiba labtop

When i play any kind of music the volum of the sounds is not laud i check everything is ok.is there any program can make my labtop sounds more

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    Does the mini stereo plug insert into the headphone jack on the right side or do I need to get a sound card or USB audio interface?

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This is a very common problem with Windows 7 OS, it doesn't matter which laptop you are using..Get the help below..

http://microsoft-support-squad.blogspot.com/2012/06/fix-windows-7-low-volume-problem.html

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Most music / video playback tools have a equalizer integraded where you can increase the output.

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The only way you can get it to go louder is to add amplified speakers to it. They usually aren't designed with a lot of wattage to them to save on battery life.

If you really want it loud, you can get a Y audio cable with a mini stereo plug in one end and rca jacks on the other end and find a stereo receiver to plug it into.

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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