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Deep Deep Sounds

I just recently purchased these speakers and the sound is unusally deep sounding, like if you were to hear something that usually has a high note it'll sound very very deep. Help will be appreciated thanks.

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  • Alan Nguyen Jun 22, 2007

    I tested it without the sub woofer and there's still a deep sound, I tried different speakers and the problem is still occuring, I think it's a software problem.

    I tried listening again this time and the background music is normal, it's just the sound of the singer's voices... they just sound unusually deep.

  • Alan Nguyen Jun 22, 2007

    I'm sorry, I don't understand can you be more specific.

    I went into contol panel and checked the speaker setup in Sounds and Audio Devices Properties and it's currently set on desktop stereo speaker. I tested the speakers on different speakers setups and I'll still ahve the same deep voice problem :S.



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Are you sure you are hearing sound from the two main speakers and not just the sub-woofer?

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