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Re the built-in speaker on my My ViewSonic VX2250WM-LED monitor:The volume level is too low. Iíve already adjusted the volume to 100 using the up/down arrows on the monitor but the sound is still low. Is there a volume control I am missing or is the speaker just weak? Thanks.
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Kemasa

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I am not familiar with that specific monitor, but I have experienced other LCD/LED monitors with really low volume levels. Attaching external speakers can really help. The internal speakers tend to be small and not the best quality. As the size goes up, it seems the sound also goes up.
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Thanks. That's what I figured, just wanted a confirmation.
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In your system tray you should have a volume control icon (typically it looks like a speaker) - note it might be hidden so if you have a little triangle/pyramid icon, click that to open up your hidden icons and make the volume is adjusted up. If no icon, look in Control Panel for your Audio Manager. It might say Realtek or some other brand of Audio Manager and make sure the volume level is all the way up there.
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