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Sound volume not produced to capacity

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When I go to the command lines and adjust Windows XP sounds, they are VERY loud on my speakers and headset. Clanging, banging, gonging, etc. But, when I try to listen to stuff on the Internet, though, only the headset is loud. The speakers are so quiet I can barely hear. This means I have to either sit with the headset or sit close to the computer. Either way, I have to sit close to the PC, when I would rather be active and moving around. My drivers are supposedly current for Realtek. I was unable to easily uninstall Realtek, so I still have it. My speakers are good on another computer. So, How can I make my computer put out sound like it obviously can?!

If not, can I use my cell phone Blue Tooth headsets with my PC so I can walk around when listening to the computer? The last thing I need to be doing is "sitting" in front of the computer, and that goes for all of us, the millions of us, on Internet forums all over the country, who can't get good sound output from their PC's. Thanks for any help you can provide.
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