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Old 09-01-2006, 06:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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not rly a big problem but was just wondering the cause.

so, i cant turn them up slowly. its low, then its just loud. but i hardly have to turn the dial, its so sensitive. is there some kind of setting of some sort to fix this?

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Some speakers are just like this, my friend had the same problem with his old cambridge sound works speakers.
Trouble is the speakers are designed to put out xxx Watts which is the selling point, but they neglect performance at lower volumes.
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What speakers do you have?
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i think the brand is boston... but its just 2 speakers and a base. not the best but they do sound good. yea i just turn it half way and use the sound control on the computer, but that gets annoying figiting with that just to turn it up.

thanks for the help though
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Just gently set the speakers to a good volume, and leave it there. Let Windows Volume Control do the rest
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