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#1 ramsey76

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Posted 30 May 2006 - 09:38 AM

I justy purchased a pair of cheap speakers for the kid's computer. The speakersare powered.

The problem is everything sound like it in an echo chamber.

When you hit a space key a noise comes out of the spreaker

I set the control panel to desktop speakers.

I would appreciate any help

thanks

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Posted 30 May 2006 - 10:44 PM

Are your speakers plugged into the right output?
If they are,

Look on your taskbar and see if there is an icon for a "Sound Effect" or something similar. See what adjustments are available there (if any)

If not, go to the control panel and click on "System", then click the "Hardware" tab and then click on "Device Manager"

Open the tree for Sound, Video and Game controllers.
Do you see anything that has a yellow or red icon?

If so, delete it and reboot allowing Windows to find new hardware and reinstall it.

If nothing has a warning icon open your audio device - something like possibly Realtec 97 audio (a popular one) and update the driver.

#3 ZENER

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Posted 31 May 2006 - 02:30 AM

If u have a hollow sound, i believe its the port rather than the software adjustments....try to replug it and check that its pulg in properly.
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