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Jensen JMP 50 sounds like I am in a tunnel or well.

I have a new dell desk top with vista home premium. My speakers did not come with the computer but were ones I had from a previous computer. They are the Jensen JMP 50. I am getting sound but it sounds like I'm in a well or tunnel. The echo is horrible. How do I get rid of the echo....

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  • bertmurr Aug 20, 2008

    Thanks ron700... After I posted this problem I was able to go into the device manager (I think thats where I was) and was able to download updated drivers for my sound card. Once that was done there was no problem... thanks for the help



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Have you powered up the speakers have you checked the sound drivers?? but remember the sound of the Jensen JMP-50s is a bit hollow and lacking in bass, and the speakers do lack bass and treble controls, which can often be found in other speakers in the same price range.

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