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Re: B&O Audio: Sound Fades on Laptop Speakers

My HP Pavilion sound is weak, weak weak. Has the lattest drivers performed sound checks, the B & O app is useless can't believe HP paid to put their name on such terrible sound. If this is the best colaboration between HP and B & O then this is truly pathetic. Unless I am in a perfectly quiet room the HP notebook speakers cannot produce enough volume. Sitting on my lap the notebook is barely loud enough. I usually have to use headphones anymore, and sadly my backup $200 Dell notebook sounds better and those speakers on on bottom and the HP's on top near screen. Can't HP just produce a basic driver that produces enough volume, skip the whole B & O stuff and give me volume. 

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Re: B&O Audio: Sound Fades on Laptop Speakers

Please try the below setps mentioed in the below article

http://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c05299856

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Help: Notebook Speaker loudness is too poor

 

My Hp Notebook Serial Number: 5CG5254KHH, Product Number: M9E96EA#B#5 speakers highest loudness level is just too low. What Can I do to increase and change it?

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