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Old 16th May 2005, 07:41   #1
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Now it's time for the bad news… The 2W speaker is very low quality and has a squawking, somewhat ‘tinny' sound. I honestly believe my Nintendo GameBoy from 10+ years ago had better sound. To make things worse, the volume button on the unit has three states; Loud, Louder, and Louder+1. The only way I could tolerate the sound was to have the Circlefire set on the lowest setting, and drop my PC volume to less than 25%. And I use “tolerate” in the least enthusiastic way possible.

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