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Hollow sound from speakers

My speakers just started to sound funny--like the sound coming from them is from a large hollow barrel. What can I do to fix this? Do I need to update the driver?

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Go into your sound effects folder and change the environment. I had this same problem and was baffled and this worked for me.

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