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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array Bundy_Drop_Bear's Avatar
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    External speakers

    Give that the G75 has sound problems and VOLUME problems, i was wondering if anyone has found any decent looking external USB speaker that have their own volume control the can increase the volume of the laptop sound.

    If so please post a link to where you got them and evn a picture/video of the working, showing the difference in volume.

    PS: I have tried all the volume tweaks on these forums and none i repeat none have had any impact on the volume coming out of my speakers, so don't bother suggesting any of the related topics/guides on this matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bundy_Drop_Bear View Post
    Give that the G75 has sound problems and VOLUME problems, i was wondering if anyone has found any decent looking external USB speaker that have their own volume control the can increase the volume of the laptop sound.

    If so please post a link to where you got them and evn a picture/video of the working, showing the difference in volume.

    PS: I have tried all the volume tweaks on these forums and none i repeat none have had any impact on the volume coming out of my speakers, so don't bother suggesting any of the related topics/guides on this matter.
    I have never had any issues with sound on my G75VW. I use my G75 has a desktop replacement and dont move it around so I have a line out from computer headphone jack that runs to a line in on my Sony Receiver. The sound is good enough for me to piss off the neighbors with a little Three Days Grace!

    I used to have it hooked up to a set of Creative SB 5.1 speakers and it sounded good. I would suggest trying ur home theatre system or receiver. Or purchase a set of SB speakers. g/l
    Last edited by dogfart; 07-18-2013 at 06:22 PM.

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    I like my BOSE 2 speaker set, and my Yamaha set works great too in different rooms. both are self powered so they will increase the volume of the sound. I think just about any self powered speaker will.
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    Will take a picture when I get home. I am using a Audioengine D1 USB DAC that outputs to a Audioengine S8 Sub and Audioengine A2's
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    Thanks guys, I was looking for a set of speaker that can be portable. i have found a couple that are small and look OK.
    would like a set that has it's own volume control so i can make it louder than what the laptop speakers come out at.

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    I've never tried these bluetooth HMDX Jam Speakers myself and am not sure if this is what you're looking for, but saw this thread Blue Tooth Issue with Win 7 Ultimate from an ROG member having problems connecting to them by bluetooth after a Win7 re-install if you want to check with them about it (and offer any suggestions to solve their problem while you're at it ?).

    Found this link at Amazon and picture below.

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    Here's a great system, VERY LOUD!!
    (check links at the bottom for more details)

    Designed to be the reference standard in PC audio
    232 watts of power provided by six Class D amplifiers
    Bi-amplified, two-way satellites for clear, detailed reproduction
    120 watt subwoofer for clean, accurate bass that fills the room



    Corsair Gaming Audio Series SP2500 High-power 2.1 PC Speaker

    Youtube Video
    Last edited by GottiBoi55; 07-21-2013 at 03:11 AM.
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    Here's another Youtube Video

    The Police will be knocking on your door with these "BAD BOYS"!!!!!!!
    So use with caution!!!!!

    BTW, I think these will fix the "subwoofer problem"!!!!
    Last edited by GottiBoi55; 07-21-2013 at 03:43 AM.
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    I bought the JBL Micro Wireless Bluetooth speaker off amazon for $59.99. I spent a month or two looking and listening to many speakers. This little speaker is in my opinion much better than any other in this price range. 5 hour battery charge and sounds great at all volumes. A guy I work with bough the Beats Audio pill for $200 and my little JBL sounds better than his. Now keep in mind this speaker is under $60 bucks so you can't compare it to the Bose Sound Link. You won't be disappointed. This little speaker is great and very portable. Here is a link and good luck.
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    Oh and I compared this to the JBL FLIP and this beats out the FLIP when taking price into account. Now if you are willing to spend a little more. The JBL CHARGE is excellent also. But is double the price and easily double the battery time. Has a usb port to charge a cellphone off of. Gets loud and still sounds great. About the size of a coke can give or take. Good luck.

    OK, last thing. Seriously. My wife has the JAM. While it's a good cheap speaker. She was blown away by my JBL Micro when she heard it. She almost tried to take it from me.
    Last edited by bryan240g; 07-21-2013 at 03:20 PM.

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