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    g751 sound settings

    Hello when i play on the highest volume on spotify and on windows i get a vibrating sound from my left mouse button on the laptop, now my question is, is it normal that high sound can make laptops make vibrating sound? should i return it for this? also please post your settings so i can use them might make the sound better, it even does it when i plug in my usb and that usb sound comes up
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    Anyone?

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    Go to control panel -- Audio Wizard, Change the setting from Multimedia to off. Does this make your sound better?

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    Nope makes it worse the vibration that is. It comes from the mouse pointer on the keypad

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    Ya i am experiencing the same thing. probably part of the chassis. A recommendation is to go into sound settings and lower the top of the "front". this will reduce the max volume output, but will reduce the vibration at the max volume.

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    You probably have same creaking sound problem we all are facing. Change audio quality in Realtek Audio manager to highest and keep a close eye on the Imbalanced sound thread.

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    Im also having the same issue i. i found the main issue to be from the 300-500 hz range. in the audio wizard when your on speakers turn doen those frequencies and it should help some

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    Quote Originally Posted by BullFinch View Post
    You probably have same creaking sound problem we all are facing. Change audio quality in Realtek Audio manager to highest and keep a close eye on the Imbalanced sound thread.
    Having the same issue with the same laptop I have bought today, a bit of a difference with your suggestion thank you!
    Also does anybody know how to get the rog wallpaper like most are shown with on youtube?
    Last edited by RMXM; 12-24-2014 at 10:23 PM.

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