Alright boys, after a lot of tinkering, months of work I finally finished my own modded notebook speakers version and am very satisfied with the result. For those who want to achieve the same, I will tell you already now, it's WAY easier to buy an external speakersystem rather than working on your notebook, it really isn't as simple as just shoving some different speakers into your system, there are far more factors to a decent sound. You can easily expect months of work despite have a good idea on how to work on your own speakersystem. I will be making a video in a couple of days explaining what I did and how this project came to be for those who like me really hate having external speaker. Here are the results after a couple of months after starting working on the sound system: Spoiler First months of working and main problems: On the comparison video you can hear that on stock the sound was extremely tinny and downright terrible. When making the volume really high it would be really irritating for the ears. The main issue with Clevo notebooks are that the speakers are unfinished (more on that on the video when explaining how I worked on that) and the subwoofer was really small. The subwoofer was barely bigger than the speakers and didn't really do anything due to driver issues, ironicly the actual build was decent, unlinke the unfinished speakers. After months of work and tinkering, I build myself a new subwoofer, I also had to mod the sound drivers due to the drivers not sending the correct singals. Yes, the sound drivers are also a huge problem, for reasons unknown to me the drivers seem to not bother sending low frequencies to the subwoofer, which made titles with bass sound weird when previously listening to a better sounding notebook, radio etc, due to the bass entirely missing. More months until the finished product: After months and months of research, tinkering, configuration and rebuilding, I finally got the final version done. It was a huge load of work, when looking back I am happy that I got it to where it stands. Right after I started this whole project, I never imagined I could get this kind of sound out of my notebook. Compared to earlier versions: Compared to the earlier version above, the sound is much more full and richer, the bass is truly there and even on high volume the system won't start "screetching". The maximum volume is also in a different league compared to the previous version. The subwoofer is also capable of playing really deep bass which I didn't expect it to be able to, I didn't to a subwoofer test just yet, but I will do that as well to see how low the frequencies can actually go. The final version is not even compariable to my first earlier versions. So here it is: Spoiler Some information on how I recorded this: Basicially I put the notebook on my bed, recorded the video with my phone, due to the problem that my phone has a ****ty microphone I connected my podcast microphone to another notebook and had it on my lap. Then i started recording. The image must have looked hilarious if someone would have seen it. Funfact: Due to the rather powerful vibrations of the subwoofer, I sometimes listen to loud music while putting my feet next to my notebook to massage my feet.