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Very low sound

I am getting a very low sound out of these speakers, even when i hook the up to a keyboard, a mpc, and to my computer interface? what is my problem

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It looks like you are taking your output off of a line level source, being that it isn't amplified.. Try the speakers on a known amplified source, if the work then just add a powered source to your system...

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