Forum discussion tagged with loud.
  1. S

    fan got loud

    I have an asus x501. I opened it up to replace the RAM. While doing so, I might have made some mistakes. 1-One black wire from the connector on the bottom right got snapped (which I tried to put back in place).2- Also, I damaged the aluminium tape that is holding the motherboard. After having...
  2. H

    Loud Fan Noise (HP Pavilion 15 Notebook PC)

    It's almost a couple a year since I am using this laptop. This kind of fan noise is different because it sounds like a "roaring" sound. Last year, this happened but I open and put some air on it to spray out the dusts. So after that, it was fine. Last week after an update of Windows 10 from my...
  3. ArYcEz

    Does playing loud music damage your headphones?

    I've recently bought some new headphones (ATH m50x.) My friend came over to check them out and I put the volume all the way up so we could both hear. Did I cause any permanent damage? I didn't use any sort of amp to make it loud or to provide more current, I've just plugged my headphones into my...
  4. J

    Pc Speakers are 50% Quieter than when plugged into Ipod

    Hi there, I have BassPulse speakers which are very good (http://www.amazon.co.uk/video-games/dp/B00NVPR6FI/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1432392398&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=bassepulse). When the aux is plugged into my ipod the sound is like 50% more strong and loud than when plugged into my my pc...
  5. J

    2.1 Loud System Needed

    So I'm looking for a 2.1 system that I would be able to take to parties easily, which would be able to play really loud for a prolonged period of time (4-5 hours ish) as my friends system completely burnt out not long ago after a night out. I'm pretty much a complete noob when it comes to...
  6. Jesermay

    Audio Switch Volume Issues

    Diagram of issue: Current set up: Three audio sources - Mac, PC and Gamecube - are attached to a Audio Source Selector - Basically, an audio switch - via RCA (the Mac and PC both use 3.5mm to RCA cables, with the Gamecube using it's default RCA audio cables). The Audio Source Selector is...