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  • Smart Computing Article - Speakers & Headphones
    of your entertainment center and place the speakers equidistant from the display screen. Subwoofer placement is less important, as low-frequency sounds are nondirectional, though placing the box in a corner provides a boomier sound (not always desirable). Problem: I hear a loud hum coming from my
  • Smart Computing Article - Audio & Video
    magnetic interference. Stereo speakers can't adequately reproduce the signal coming from a sound card, either, because sound card signals are weak when compared to audio signals created in a stereo. Keep in mind that most subwoofers aren't magnetically shielded, regardless of whether they're made
  • Computer Power User Article - PC Speaker Systems
    to the value of this set. The top of the pod includes controls for power, mute, and main and subwoofer volumes. On the front of the pod you ll find line-in and headphone jacks along with an LED display for the volume level. This pod is also the receiver for the remote control. The remote provides access
  • Smart Computing Article - iPod Out Loud
    technology to get fuller-sounding bass without a subwoofer. I noticed that my music (I like my bass deep and heavy) sounded good at all but the highest volume levels. The power button features an attractive blue LED (light-emitting diode) indicator, and overall the unit looks good on a desk, counter
  • Smart Computing Article - Systems
    prospective model at a desk before buying. Paying $20 to upgrade to a model you like is nothing compared to using a keyboard you hate. 16. Are you drowning in sound? Do you want to? Nearly all PCs are now sold with at least a speaker system, which means two front satellite speakers and a subwoofer
  • Smart Computing Article - Audio Components
    is for microphone input, and the blue is for the line-level input. Digital output, if available, is orange. These aren't hard-and-fast rules, however, as some sound cards have separate output jacks for line-level output and speakers, while others have extra jacks for surround sound and a subwoofer

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