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My speaker system gives out terrible echo distortion cannot find problem through normal channels can you help?

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My guess is that you have realtek sound on your pc. open the realtek icon from the tray by the clock if you have one, if not you need to go through the control panel. you'll probably find the equaliser is set on hall or something, play with the settings until you find the one you like.

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