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Home Theatre for Acer Aspire6920

I dont seem to have the benefit of a Home Theatre Sound. For example, cant even hear the bass sound, even when tested......one cant hear the bass sound, unlike the other 5 speakers. Seems the bass sub-woofer is non existence!

My email addresss is LHMose@gmail.com

Merci.

Louni

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  • LHMose Aug 19, 2008

    THanks for tryihg ....but I could get the assistance required. Cant even get to talk a technician through the "remium assistance plan". Somehow, your system does not recognise the information provided for payment arangement.

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