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Any way to make sppeakers louder?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by chajai, Aug 14, 2006.

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  1. chajai

    chajai Thread Starter

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    i recently bougt 2 Celestion DL4 monitors but they 're not loud enough even wen alll my vollume settings are maxxed. i use windows xp s2 and my soundcard is Realtek HD Audio.


    are there aany progams that can further boost my speakers' volume?
     
  2. pehbond

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    if you try to make more sound come out of the pseakers than they are designed then you may very well get distorted sound as teh speakers cant handle them
     
  3. ozrom1e

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    You can purchase a set of Bose amplified speakers for your computer and they come in various sizes, or you can get a surround sound type speaker system. Check on line thru Google for computer speaker sound systems.
     
  4. chajai

    chajai Thread Starter

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    it's not that the speakers cann't handle bein louder, it's just that these monitors were emeant to go through an amplifier b4 goin into the soundcard so the signal is loud enough, but i don't got nnough money for an amp yet so i was wonderin if there are any simulating sooftware out there to override the coomputer's max volume level
     
  5. Dan O

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    A software change cannot amplify the signal to drive the speaker. You are going to have to purchase the amplifier.
     
  6. chajai

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    ok thxx just wat i needed to know
     
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