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My whole family heard my porn on the bluetooth speaker

XP speaker icon always shows "muted"?

However I have sound...I can't uncheck the "mute" box in sounds section or anything it's permanently stuck as checked and being in "Mute" mode..But like I said, I can hear and adjust the monitors built in speakers....I've tried everything to get it to work (meaning able to check or uncheck the mute box).

I also keep telling the PC that my speakers are "built into monitor, but everytime I reboot, it changes back to showing that I have SEPERATE speakers.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Running on XP 2 year old machine.

Can you describe the five most popular kids in your school?

Paige: Has a GPA of 4.6 if I’m not mistaken. More than likely going to be Valedictorian. Very energetic and loud, even at 7:30 am. President of FFA. Plays Volleyball, softball, is on the swimming team, in Beta Club, and FCA. She got a 5 on the APUSH exam last year. She is an overachiever (last year she got upset because she got a 90 on an AP test while everyone else had gotten lower than an 80. All of her teachers like her. Has gotten numerous awards for various reasons. Everyone knows Paige, even if they don’t know what she looks like. Paige is the type of person you hang around if you need to be inspired.
William: His mother is a teacher and everyone loves her. He can be very cocky at times. He has a very sweet personality if you’re looking from the outside in. However, I have been around him enough to know that he can be a bit of a pervert at times. He dresses very preppy even though we live in the country. He plays baseball and I think he played football for one year. He was runner-up to be Prom Prince last year.
Cam: She is an actual model, not super-famous or anything like that, but she is a model. Everyone talks about how pretty she is and I just don’t see it. She dresses in very expensive clothing but you can’t really tell. She was Prom Princess and will probably be Prom Queen this year. She always talks about how she is going to fail her tests but ALWAYS aces them. Her family is a bit racist because they took her phone for two years because she was dating a black guy (Thats what she said)
Brianna: I cannot fucking stand her. She has been a varsity cheerleader since she was a freshman and she wants EVERYONE to know it. She dresses like a typical southern girl here. Uggs, Patagonia, White Converse, Simply Southern shirt etc. She may look sweet and innocent on the outside but that girl is a bitch. She has literally told one of the special needs kids to walk faster. She has picked on one of former friends who had this problem where he couldn’t write like everyone else. (I think its called Dysgraphia ) She called him a retard and said he looked like a troll.
Elizabeth: She has been in too many beauty pageants to count. She was Homecoming Queen last year. She, like Brianna, often says how she is going to fail but aces her assignments. Elizabeth is from Alabama. She wears Uggs, sweats, tights (lululemon ??) She plays Volleyball. I do not like Elizabeth because she is racist and a crybaby.

**All names are fakish

Do you think a long-distance relationship can really work?

Can the 2.1 speaker solve a low dialogue volume problem?

Not really.

A 2.1 means you will have a left and right speaker plus a sub-woofer. This would be a great system for listening to music in stereo, but for movies, TV programs, etc where you just want to increase the dialog it wouldn’t be a great idea.

What I would recommend is you get a surround sound receiver that can at minimum operate as a 5.1 system. You can still set this up in a 3.1 or even 3.0 configuration. This means left, center and right speakers. In this configuration you can increase the volume on the center channel separately form the left and right speakers. In addition any sound from the rear speakers will likely be re-routed to the front speakers.

Audiobook problem on itunes/ipod?

Ok, so i've just copied over an audiobook to itunes. everything works just as it should, except the placing of the book. because this audiobook (harry potter and the deathly hallows) has 1200 tracks
that's more 1/2 of my whole library. so every time i just want to listen to random music the chance to hear one of the tracks from the audiobook is 50%. something that irritates me like ****. The only solution i can come up with is creating a playlist with every song in my library except the audiobook, but then i'd have to configure it every time i added some new music.
also on my ipod on Music/other there's a tab called audiobooks why does'nt my audiobook get automaticly placed there?

so my question is: is there some other way to solve this problem?

How can i add more speakers to my pa system?

woooaaa waity minute =P
what equipment do you have so far

what mixer are you using, i presume its not a very big one as even my small 16 channel desk i use occasionaly has 4 auxilaries, 1 stereo output for headphones, and one main stereo output to my amps.

are you using active speakers? (powered speakers, they plug into the mains)

if you are using powered ones it should be simple to connect them with a small format basic mixer like the eurorack from beringer:
http://www.podtactics.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2007/02/imageBehringerMixer.jpg

if you are using passive speakers (need a seperate amp) you just need to run the output from your desk to the small mixer and then run the auxilary outputs from that to the amps and then to the passive speakers

for active, just run the auxilaries straight to the monitors

playing around with this setup will allow you to mix the band, and then sub-mix parts to the monitors

just watch what you are doing using them as monitors, as they probably are not designed for monitoring, and if you are using passive speakers and an amp, watch your amp output resistances and speaker resistances, you dont want to blow anything up!!

if in doubt, go to your local music/PA shop and talk to them about it

sorry i cant be much more helpfully but i dont even know what gear you are using, where you are using it, and how many people are in your band!!

will

Where do you go for solitude?

In today’s world we have loneliness. But getting more time by yourself can actually increase the quality of your communication. With different pressures on which is ever increasing in this fast paced interconnected world, we are craving a sense of balance and sureness that we can be in charge of our own lives. Otherwise we can feel overwhelmed and overloaded by outside influences. So, we need to find solitude.

Reasons to carve out more time for yourself:

Improved productivity. It’s amazing what a few hours of uninterrupted work can accomplish.

Time to think. Your brain is your best tool, but how can you use it properly when being constantly distracted?

Lead your own life. If you’re constantly part of the group, you’ll do what the group does – even if it doesn’t reflect who you want to be.

Pick your own friends. If you’re willing to spend time alone you can be more choosy with who you spend time with. Instead of settling for people that dull you mentally and drain your energy, you can pick friends that engage you.

Inner peace. There is a reason monks spend so much time meditating alone.

Places to seek solitude:

Work Offline. Unplug the cables when you work to prevent the temptation to constantly stay connected. The time you save from wasteful internet usage means more time to spend having real conversations after work.
Close the Door. Have a closed-door policy when you work. Hanging up the Do Not Disturb sign will ensure that other procrastinators don’t have the chance to interrupt your flow.
Read. Adopt the reading habit and use books as a way to enjoy your own solitude.
Redesign Your Life. Alone time can be your chance to redesign the elements of your life. When you’re constantly connected and trying to interact, you don’t have time to evaluate those connections.
Meditate. Spend a few minutes just focusing on your breathing. Shift all your awareness into your breathing, the muscles in your body or the various sensations around you. Meditation can help you appreciate silence.
Run/Walk. Running/walking by yourself can be a great way to focus yourself. Whether you listen to music or follow the beat of your own footsteps, running gives you quality alone time.

Why is the keyboard on the new MacBook so loud? My whole family has been commenting on my loud typing.

Thanks for the A2A.

The keyboards on the new Apple laptops are so loud because Apple chose a thinner design over usability. It is incredibly annoying. So annoying that unless they provide a retrofit, I will probably buy a new computer as soon as they come up with one that isn't as loud.

To be completely fair, this is a problem only for people used to typing heavily — like me, and (I assume) you. What Apple is actually trying to do is get you to type with a lighter touch because one day in the not to distant future you will be typing on a virtual keyboard with a Taptic surface (not unlike the Magic Trackpad). So they designed a keyboard where the throw distance of the keys is as minimal as possible. The unfortunate byproduct of that is that it can be pretty loud for people used to typing on more conventional keyboards.

If you consciously try to lighten your touch, you actually can type quietly. But who wants to do that?

My Moto E speakers are not working. How can I fix it?

Hit the speakers hard on your lap a couple of times.

Yes, you read that right . My whole family is using Motorola devices. With my experience of using Motorola E,E(2nd Gen) and Moto G(1) I have the full guarantee that this method will work.

So, what's the technical problem?

It's both a hardware as well as software issue. Our speakers especially of Moto E are designed in such a way that dust usually gets into it with use and time.

Solution 1

You need to vibrate your phone to remove dust.For this open Device Help and then under the Fix tab go to Hardware tests.

Do all the Audio Tests and speakers may start working. If this doesn't works follow solution 2.

Solution 2

Play any song and click the power button (not to power off your device). Now hit the device on your lap a couple of times such that the speakers only get touched. This sounds a bit creepy/crazy but bharat Mei thapad se he kaam chalta hai. This will surely work, I'm 99.99% sure. If your device falls under that 0.01% category follow the third solution.

Solution 3

This solution is for those 0.01% users and mainly for Moto G (1,2,3 and 4) users. This series users may not be able to sort out their problems with the above two solutions . You have to talk to the customer care services in real time and they will refer you to your nearest Motorola Help centre , you will receive your device after a week .

You can Live Chat with them .

*Charges will apply on the device without guarantee.

Solution 4

Connect headset, launch FM, then click on loudspeaker, then disconnect the headset .

Solution 5

Open back panel, press the battery a little, reboot the device .

Note: The first two solutions will work but the sound will not be that louder as it was earlier .

Hope it helps. Peace✌

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