I was speaker shopping for my Z and wanted something a bit high-end that would match the Z in performance, but not too much in the sens of a 5.1 unit as I already have one of those in my living room. That's why I decided to keep to 2.1 systems.
I came across great deal, the Cambridge Sound Works Extreme 2: [url]
LOTS and Lots of power, but great price. I think I will order these this week.
I did have the 5.1 version of this in the past, so highly recommended.
So, I was wondering, what speakers do you use with your VAIO?
I just have a quick question. I put my audio on max and itunes on max and the sound is not clear at all. It use to be, I was wondering if my speakers are blown or can I adjust something to make it more clear?
I'm thinking about getting one... but after browsing the internet a bit, I see some people saying that the speakers are absolutely hideous. I understand that sometimes only the people experiencing a problem speak up, and that might give me an unfairly bad impression of the speakers.
So I'm asking here. How are the Studio 15 speakers? I know that notebook speakers are usually not great, but how do they compare to the middle-of-the-road average notebook speakers?
How do those new LED screens they're offering on the Studio 15s look?)
The sound quality from my 6935g is terrible in XP. Vista is fine though. I've tried reinstalling the realtek HD drivers but its still the same. Is there anyting else i need to install? I've tried looking to see if there is an acer HD audio manager for XP had no luck.
I just put in a DVD to test the speakers sound quality and noticed the sound is very low. Even when turned up via the touch controls the audio is barely audible (hardly one of the best laptop audios). Am I missing something, or did I get a bad apple?
the speakers sound blown out at anything above minimal volume. i don't need them for music, only watching tv shows or short internet clips. there's what i guess you'd call a rattle when anyone is talking. i just want to know if there's any options i can set from the IDT audio control panel as well as specific EQ functions on playback programs like winamp or media player classic to help solve this. isn't getting outside speakers or headphones.
Anyone have issues with these speakers lately. Mine just got back from hp repair and the speakers seem to be no better than before. Tons of static when playing music, tons of static. Most songs are downright terrible, even at lower volume.
The speakers for my dv9640us are cracking when the songs have a little bit of bass, guess they're damaged. They're altec lansing. I was searching and found some posts saying very good things about harman kardon speakers and JBL,anyone knows if there is such a thing as speakers replacement or upgrade for notebooks? If not i guess i'll have to buy new altec ones.
i hav bought a new creative 5.1 t6060 speaker system which i wish to connect to my hdx 16..hdx 16 comes witha dolby home theater so i think it has an 5.1 card...but my 5.1 system has 3 input jacks..while the lappy has just two.. specify any convertors or cables or splitter that i may to use to connect them
I'm using a mini video plug to my HDMI tv and I need some advice for some speakers for sound, any recommenddations for laptop speakers ( not expensive ) I don't use it that offen but enough to want speakers for it, not to big in size either
I will be traveling abroad for a couple of months and I will be listening to music obviously. I would like to find a good set of speakers that I could attach to my MPB.
Initially I was looking for an iPod dock/alarm clock, that would also have an audio in that I could attach my MPB to and have that work but I don't think they make those. So I would like to find some good speakers instead.
I bought an xps 1340 and just received it. I was streaming some music off youtube today and my left speaker was cracking when playing the song Roses by outkast.
I played the exact same video on my desktop and it played without any problems.
I called dell and they had me play a cd (don't have an outkast cd) and the speakers seemed to play fine. Once i played the CD, the dell representative just told me it is a software issue. But how could a software issue only affect 1 speaker(the left one)?
The speakers in the studio 15 are pretty bad, worse than any other laptop I've ever used (worse than my cell-phone)... and I've never even used the Dell audio drivers which are supposed to be even worse. I've picked up a set of Logitech V20 speakers which are great, but it would be nice to upgrade the stock speakers.
I've started doing some digging ... the speakers are part number Dell part D954D made by Veco (http://www.veco.com.tw/all-index.htm) which makes a lot of small speakers and custom notebook mounts .....
I was looking into buying a speaker set before I head out for college. I prefer at least a 2.1 set (speakers + subwoofer). I saw the Hercules XPS 2.1 Lounge Speakers from Dell. Are those good? Or can anyone recommend a better solution?