Question about PC Laptops
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
This is a very common problem with Windows 7 OS, it doesn't matter which laptop you are using..Get the help below..
Posted on Sep 26, 2012
Most music / video playback tools have a equalizer integraded where you can increase the output.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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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The Problem> Sound: Placing the mouse pointer over the ICON to the lower right of your screen should indicate the percentage of Volume your speakers are adjusted for. Right click and you get the Open Volume Mixer section. The playback devices can be your computer speakers or a separate headset with microphone. Here you can make adjustments accordingly. At the bottom are Volume Control Options that allow you to increase or decrease the audio reception. Generally, when you insert an external Headphone with Microphone into the sound port in; an automatic disconnect may occur preventing computer speakers from working. This is common with Laptops. If you lack sound, you may need to update the sound drivers, change cables, and/or check to see if the speakers work on another device.
Dec 27, 2013 | Toshiba satellite c660
The Windows operating system on your Toshiba laptop contains a functionality that allows you to increase the volume.
Your laptop's volume is a measure of the decibel levels of sound that your Toshiba laptop will put out.
If you are having trouble hearing music of video files, you may need to boost the sound volume, which can be accomplished by following several steps.
Press the "Start" button on your desktop.
Click on the "Control Panel" icon then double-click on the icon labeled "Sounds and Audio Devices."
Click on the "Volume" tab then move the device volume slider to increase the volume.
Close the "Control Panel" when you have completed the operation, and your volume should be louder.
Hope this helps.
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