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    Quote Originally Posted by clockworksatan View Post
    Urgh, it sounds like you've had some incredibly bad luck, my friend. Not to rub it in, but I ordered my G751JT on Amazon Prime and received it the next day in perfect condition. No problems with the screen or anything.

    Yes, you will get some vibration from the sub when the volume is turned up loud - that's a given and a common issue with the G751. Just plug in a good set of headphones and you're sorted.
    sure pay $1500 USD for a flagship model laptops and plugin some headphones! LOL! The speakers should work, plugging in headphones is an alternative but is not an excuse for poor craftsmanship

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    Quote Originally Posted by matrixleader View Post
    sure pay $1500 USD for a flagship model laptops and plugin some headphones! LOL! The speakers should work, plugging in headphones is an alternative but is not an excuse for poor craftsmanship
    There's not a laptop out there with what many would describe as 'excellent' sound; maybe 'adequate' and I think for all intents and purposes the G751 isn't actually that bad. Whatever the case, a good set of headphones or external speakers will trump any laptop's built-in speakers.
    Asus ROG G751JT-T7115H
    17.3" IPS, Intel i7-4720HQ, 16Gb RAM, NVidia GeForce GTX970m, 256Gb M.2 SSD + 1Tb SSHD

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    ROG Enthusiast Array matrixleader PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by clockworksatan View Post
    There's not a laptop out there with what many would describe as 'excellent' sound; maybe 'adequate' and I think for all intents and purposes the G751 isn't actually that bad. Whatever the case, a good set of headphones or external speakers will trump any laptop's built-in speakers.
    Very true, everything seems to be going forward in technology EXCEPT laptop speakers.

    Man I had a G73Sw laptop a few years back which had a Creative Sound card and subwoofer and that thing was the best sounding laptop I ever had! very deep bass and loud speakers. Ever since then, ASUS switched to other vendors like Realtek or VIA and the sound has gone downhill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matrixleader View Post
    Very true, everything seems to be going forward in technology EXCEPT laptop speakers.
    Bah, give it a few years and the sound will probably be emitting directly from the screen or wirelessly into cerebral implants in our brains. Or something.

    I think I watch too much sci-fi.
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