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There are several ways in which you can increase the volume.

First, the most obvious way is to use the volume control attached to the speaker unit itself. If that isn't working, there's also an icon in the lower right-hand portion of the task bar in Windows. Simply click the ^ button, select the icon that looks like a speaker, then drag that up to your desired preference.

If that doesn't work, click on Start, go to Control Panel, click on Sound, then search for your Speakers in the "Playback" tab. First, make sure it's set as your Default Device. There should be a green check mark in it. Double click on those, select Levels, then make sure Play Control is set to maximum.
If that doesn't work, then check the settings on your Sound Card. Make sure the wire going into the back is plugged in properly. You may need to update your sound card drivers. If you aren't sure who the manufacturer of your sound card is, you can find out by going to Start > Control Panel > Device Manager. The Manufacturer will be under Sound, Video and Game Controllers.

Once you have that information, you can go to the Manufacturer's website and update the Drivers. If this doesn't resolve the issue you are experiencing, or if you require more specific / additional information, simply respond to this thread. I'll be happy to assist you further.
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Aaron Busch
Senior Tech of LiveFix Support Services (LiveFix.net)

Posted on May 03, 2011

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http://www.retrevo.com/support/Harman-Kardon-HK3370-Receivers-manual/id/386ag421/t/2/


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