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Keyboard sucks!!! no sound out of audio jack. piece of ****

Baaaad mistake buing this pile of junk. lesson learned: you get what you pay for. keyboard is horrible, skips letters forcing you to go back and correct the mistakes one by one. even shipped it to texas for repair and came back same. is there any way to replace the keboard? also, no sound from audio jack; have to use USB jack with 3D sound adapter to listen with headphones. speakers have sound with an echo. yeeech, what a horrible product. or, as it woud type on the keyboard, a horbe podct.

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The speakers are echoing because you have the onboard mic enabled and it is replcating your speaker sound, dissable onboard mic or turn mic volume down

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