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Old March 27th 06, 04:31 AM posted to comp.periphs.printers
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Which group should I go to for speaker volume issue? I can barely
hear such that I can't make out what's the news is depsite higest
setting for the volume.

This happened since I unpluged the power cord from the subwoofer to
connect to the old UPS to remove/deintall the program for the old UPS -
this PC was on that UPS before I took poession of it - so that my PC
would use the new one I installed but it didn't happen that way even
after I tried reinstalling the driver for the new UPS to do repair.
That's another issue for later anyway.

So which group should I go to for speaker volume issue? I can barely
hear such that I can't make out what's the news is depsite higest
setting for the volume.

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Old March 27th 06, 06:56 AM posted to comp.periphs.printers
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amanda wrote:

Which group should I go to for speaker volume issue? I can barely
hear such that I can't make out what's the news is depsite higest
setting for the volume.

This happened since I unpluged the power cord from the subwoofer to
connect to the old UPS to remove/deintall the program for the old UPS -
this PC was on that UPS before I took poession of it - so that my PC
would use the new one I installed but it didn't happen that way even
after I tried reinstalling the driver for the new UPS to do repair.
That's another issue for later anyway.

So which group should I go to for speaker volume issue? I can barely
hear such that I can't make out what's the news is depsite higest
setting for the volume.


Easiest thing to do first is check your machine's volume. I expect
you're using windows? There should be a small icon like a speaker on
the toolbar? click that and see how low the volumes are set at. the
main volume wants to be on at least a couple of notches.
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Old March 27th 06, 08:04 AM posted to comp.periphs.printers
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amanda wrote:
Which group should I go to for speaker volume issue? I can barely
hear such that I can't make out what's the news is depsite higest
setting for the volume.

This happened since I unpluged the power cord from the subwoofer to
connect to the old UPS to remove/deintall the program for the old UPS -
this PC was on that UPS before I took poession of it - so that my PC
would use the new one I installed but it didn't happen that way even
after I tried reinstalling the driver for the new UPS to do repair.
That's another issue for later anyway.

So which group should I go to for speaker volume issue? I can barely
hear such that I can't make out what's the news is depsite higest
setting for the volume.


Glad your other problem was fixed. Make sure your
speaker connection are making solid contact (all
the way in). As long as the speaker system is
hooked up correctly you should have two controls
of volumn--one at the little speakers and one at
the subwoofer.

Don't forget that you also have software control.
Go to the Control Panel and click Sounds and
Audio Devices and move the slider. Note that
other software may change the control panel
setting, e.g., a microphone addition, music or
sound recording software, media player, etc. If
you have adjusted the sound in any of these they
may have affected the value at the control panel.
Or a change in software, or a removing or
installing a device or program may also change the
sound setting. So just check what it is in the
control panel.
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Old March 30th 06, 12:54 AM posted to comp.periphs.printers
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George E. Cawthon wrote:
amanda wrote:
Which group should I go to for speaker volume issue? I can barely
hear such that I can't make out what's the news is depsite higest
setting for the volume.

This happened since I unpluged the power cord from the subwoofer to
connect to the old UPS to remove/deintall the program for the old UPS -
this PC was on that UPS before I took poession of it - so that my PC
would use the new one I installed but it didn't happen that way even
after I tried reinstalling the driver for the new UPS to do repair.
That's another issue for later anyway.

So which group should I go to for speaker volume issue? I can barely
hear such that I can't make out what's the news is depsite higest
setting for the volume.


Glad your other problem was fixed. Make sure your
speaker connection are making solid contact (all
the way in).


Yes. They are. It's not like I can't hear. I can but barely (even
with the higest volume seeting on the speaker as wll as in sound
setting in PC) such that I hear some voices when I listen news but I
can't hear what's beign said. .

As long as the speaker system is
hooked up correctly you should have two controls
of volumn--one at the little speakers and one at
the subwoofer.


Subwoofer is not touched at all since it is under the desk way in the
corner and I can't even reach (because it' is blocked by the leg of the
desk) except I could reach the connector point from spekaers to it and
form it to the electric outlet.


Don't forget that you also have software control.
Go to the Control Panel and click Sounds and
Audio Devices and move the slider.

They all look normal and I moved the one at the right end really highly
and that's when I could hear that there were voices but couldn't hear
what's said.


Note that
other software may change the control panel
setting, e.g., a microphone addition, music or
sound recording software, media player, etc. If
you have adjusted the sound in any of these they
may have affected the value at the control panel.


Or a change in software, or a removing or
installing a device or program may also change the
sound setting.


Hmm.

So this could have happened after I removed the Laser printer? Not only
that I conncted the office jet which has cartridage misalignment.


So just check what it is in the control panel.


Will do again.

 




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