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Quick speaker question

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by PS2Lover, Apr 10, 2004.

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  1. PS2Lover

    PS2Lover Thread Starter

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    Guys im sorry if this is in the wrong forum i'm just wondering what your thoughts are I recently have been using these Analog speakers made by hp they were ok, they had though lots of cords anyways my mom just gave me a couple Polk Audio about 3 1/2" speakers they don't have no volume knob on em, but they are pretty loud for their size im just wondering if I should stick with these simple speakers I'm not into a sound studio or anything so I was just curious if you would prefer Polk Audio speakers, instead of hp's analog speakers
     
  2. Jedi_Master

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    Howdy PS2Lover...

    Honestly...if they work the way you want them too, use them, you can always turn the volume down in the properties in Control panel - Sound...
     
  3. PS2Lover

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    Thx jedi anyways I guess this was a wasted reply sorry guys I decided to keep the ones I have just for the fact polk audio's are good size volume, but some songs I like to play loud sometimes, and some of my games I like to keep a bit loud depends anyways I'll just keep the others as a back up for now
     
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