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sluggo wrote:If the sound output from a CD played on the PC is still too low, you could try another sound card (the Xonar DG would be a good choice), but at that point I would start to suspect the problem may be in the Bose unit. It should be able to drive adequate volumes from any sort of reasonable output from a sound card.
puppetworx wrote:The ripped music is actually from CDs I didn't make that clear.
So then I connected the Bose to my DVD player and it was still quiet. So long story short it does seem like the Bose has the problem. I estimate the volume to be roughly half as loud when played via an Auxiliary source versus direct from the Bose CD player. The question is what do I do about it? I'll try speaking to Bose about it but if you have any suggestions let me know.
ludi wrote:But first, check to make sure there isn't an input impedance selector switch or level adjustment near the jack.
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