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sez318

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I have a problem with my sound, All my settings are correct but when i play music its very quiet so i turn my speakers up and no change. all i can hear is static noise and the music quietly. i thought the wires might have a break but i tryed headphones and i still have the same problem.
Does anyone have any ideas? All help appreciated.

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Are you using a specific sound card? Or the Integrated Sound from your computer? Is the controller SoundMAx Digital Audio?
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SoundMAX digital integrated audio
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Is your wave volume very low? As even if you turn up your speakers, they may get a little louder but a negligible difference. Can you see what levels the volume and wave are at?
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Both the volume and Wave volume are at the highest they can be.
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Do you have a sound card where you can try and install and see if anyhting is different? You are right when it is stragne as there is no loose wires or faulty speakers as it is same with the headphones. But I did find this: (I do not know how closely related to your situation is, but it is worth a try)

http://www.geekstogo...61

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