The Acer Aspire 5920 is a higher end Windows computer and is much larger than most laptops created by the Acer company. Although there is no direct subwoofer speaker built into the laptop computer, there is a subwoofer-supported connection port, allowing you to hook up a subwoofer for increased audio depth performance. However, if the subwoofer is not functioning properly, you can try correcting the issue through a few troubleshooting steps.
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- Computer subwoofer
Check the cable running from the subwoofer to the audio-out connection port on the Acer Aspire 5920G. If the cable is not inserted completely into the connection port, the subwoofer is not going to receive the audio signal.
Plug the subwoofer into a local electrical socket. The speaker requires more power than many satellite speakers, so it is essential to plug the speaker into a power source.
Click the "Start" button, followed by "Control Panel," and choose the sound option. This loads a sound options window into the display on the computer screen. Choose the speaker configuration option, then choose the option with a subwoofer attachment. This ensures the subwoofer receives all of the audio information it needs to.
Double-click the sound icon in the lower right corner of the desktop. Deselect any muted option, then slide up the bass feature and click "OK" to approve the audio changes.
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