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How to tune desktop speakers?


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#1 of 2 Taylorm08

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Posted November 12 2009 - 10:10 AM

Hi everyone!
 I wasnt able to find anything on google and I know absolutely nothing about sound and tuning or anything like that but i have these really crappy cheap desktop speakers (im talkin no brand name like 8 years old that came with an old pc) and until i can afford new ones im wondering the best way to tune them such as:

-Best macbook pro output volume
-Best volume on the speakers
-Best base setting on speakers
-Best treble setting on speakers

Thank you for all your help!


#2 of 2 MaxL

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Posted November 12 2009 - 12:50 PM

 There is no "best" way to tune them.  you aren't tuning anyway.  you can play with the controls until you find something that either sounds good to you or at least you find you can't get it to sound any better.  if you can't get them to sound good, replace them.
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