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    Default 1998 polk audio speakers

    Sorry for double posting but i put it in the wrong section.

    I tried to hook my 1998 polk audio speakers into my 2000 dell. It worked but it plays so low i can barrely hear it. What should i do? I dont know. On my old computer they used to be blasting loud but on my 2000 dell their so low if i take two steps back i cant hear it. i need help.

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    someone come on help me out please.

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    howdy Deron, welcome to Club Polk. It sounds like to me the problem is in your new computers sound card. The Polk's aren't getting the juice/watts they require to sound decent. Why don't you just buy a set of nice computer speakers to that kind of duty?

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    Check your audio controls. One of the volumes is probably set to low. Right click on the speaker icon and bring up "open volume control". Make sure they are all set to the middle at least.

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