Volume problem Tags: Laptops Speakers Audio Last response: July 4, 2012 11:03 PM in Home Audio Share luke123456789 June 22, 2012 4:54:11 PM as i have blown my home theatre up i have wired my speakers up to a headphone jack and plugged it into my laptop and there not really loud i want them to be louder how would i do this ? More about : volume problem VonPelz July 4, 2012 12:50:11 PM What speakers do you have? It might be that they are not powered type, in which case your laptop's output is unable to power them well enough to get good volume. In this case you'll have to get some kind of an amp for your speakers. luke123456789 July 4, 2012 11:03:39 PM philips and jvc sub i have sorted it now thanks enyway Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedUnique Problem: 64GB Flashdrive with TRUECRYPT on it now "The Volume does not contain a recognized file system" Forum SolvedUnmountable Boot Volume BSOD Problem - Need Help! Forum SolvedProblem sharing HFS+ formatted volume over LAN Forum Storage Device "Generic Volume" Problem Forum bsod problem. help me. unmountable boot volume. Forum SolvedMad Catz Cyborg V7 problems: SST software crashing and problems with volume LEDs Forum Solvedproblems with mic volume Forum SolvedWin 7 64bit wrong volume in drive problem Forum SolvedExtraneous Volume Error Checking Problem Forum Problem with Windows 8 Volume Control UI Forum Skype and Windows microphone volume problem Forum Windows 7 64-bit Pro low volume problem??? Forum SolvedWill Removing the Recovery Volume cause problems with System Restore? - Forum SolvedMicrophone volume problems Forum games and razer tiamat volume problem Forum Quick Touch keys problem, volume keeps popping up on screen Forum Volume and brightness adjustment problem Forum Sony Vaio Internal Volume problem Forum Solved70v volume problems Forum Gateway volume control problem Forum More resources Read discussions in other Home Audio categories Headsets High-End Audio MP3 Players Pioneer Pro Audio Speakers Yamaha !