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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by wuanbonebilly, Jul 18, 2007.

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  1. wuanbonebilly

    wuanbonebilly Thread Starter

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    got sound but can not hear it very well...must have everything in the house offf......air conditioning...leaky faucet...everything...tv...snoring...ok? here is what i've done so far....i turned every volume up on every site...trust me on this every volume that i know of has been turned up...if you know of another site other than the obvious...i've tried it...all my drivers are up to date...my souns, speech and audio devices are functioniing and turned up....where else beside the volume control in the right hand corner below...and volume control.....again i'm lost
     
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    Does the volume control settings box have an advanced options screen that shows a mixer for different sound input types (Wav, SW Synth, Microphone, CD Player, Line In)?

    Are you using amplified speakers? (Had to ask the obvious)
     
  3. wuanbonebilly

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    yes to the first question i have wav and all the rest not sure about in-line though...the speakers are "POLKAUDIO"...amplified? not sure.... sorry it took so long for me to get back...i'm trying to fix this thing....no luck..i did apply different sounds but very hard to hear them. ok yea line-in is there..just looked...and all are turned up to fullest...
     
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    Do you need to connect any type of power supply (insert batteries or connect an external AC/DC adapter) to them? Do they have a power on/off switch?
     
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    Is this a laptop or desktop?

    What OS are you running on it?
     
  6. wuanbonebilly

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    too the first question no power supply just plug'em into the usb...port...and to the 2nd desktop////no on or off switch.....give me a minute i'm on my way home...at work...time now is 7:55 should be there by 8:15.... the operating system is windows xp pro....
     
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    ok i'm at the house...no no pwer supply..just plug straight in...desktop...windows xp pro...no on or off switch
     
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    I never worked with USB connected speakers before. Not sure if I can give you any help with them. :eek:
     
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    ok...thanks anyway... can anybody give me a hand ...where i can get more output from my speakers...or how to turn volume up more than it is now...something new...i done everything else...nothing works....
     
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