#1
Well i have a laptop and whenever im playing a song and the computer is at normal volume aka Max. but as soon as my hands touch the computer it goes slightly louder can someone explain this?

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#3
Yeah the vibration run through the computer table and throught you making you amplify the sound. It's like if u rest the head of your guitar against a table and play it will be louder than unplugged.
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#4
its because sound travels better through your hands than air. SO by placing your hands on the laptop, it allows the sound to vibrate easier.
#6
Umm I don't get it. You say that when you're touching the computer it's normal. But as soon as you touch the computer it gets louder ...

And to those who gave answers above, putting your hands on the computer would dampen the vibrations because they are soft and would not make it louder.
#7
Well whatever it does i can hear it louded whenver i put my hands on the computer (i feel like a god!)
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#9
Your speaker probably has a faulty connection and each time you touch the laptop you're essentially moving the wiring a little bit. It'd then go quieter and louder.

Also, I honestly don't see how you can enjoy your music if it is maximum volume. You must have pretty good speakers, too. Although, that's quite doubtful from a laptop.
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Your speaker probably has a faulty connection and each time you touch the laptop you're essentially moving the wiring a little bit. It'd then go quieter and louder.

Also, I honestly don't see how you can enjoy your music if it is maximum volume. You must have a pretty good speakers, too. Although, that's quite doubtful from a laptop.

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