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SactoGuy18

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Help. I have an iPad Pro 10.5" where the volume of Siri voice playback is just WAY too loud. Is the a control in iOS 16.x to resolve this issue? I've looked online and haven't seem to get clear answers. 🤷‍♂️
 

floral

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If I recall correctly, Siri's volume depends on your Ringer volume. (I could be wrong though, what does and doesn't depend on your ringer volume is really fuzzy)
 

SactoGuy18

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This seems fairly clear to me -- or is it not working? I don't have an iPad, but I have turned Siri response volume down on my iPhone by just saying "turn Siri volume down to X%"
That applies for the iPhone. But for the iPad? I'll give it a try when I can access my iPad Pro.
 

FHoff

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“Hey siri turn your volume to 10%” that’s the lowest it will go.
 

CharlesShaw

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I’m so glad I read this! All these years I’ve assumed that Siri volume was the same as the media playback volume but they are separate.

Now I need to figure out how to have Siri speak softer on my HomePod.

Edit: it works. Thank you! I might actually start using Siri now.
 
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SactoGuy18

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Well, I got it to work on my iPad Pro 10.5". Now, I hope Apple improves the volume controls so the volume levels for various functions can be easily adjusted separately.
 
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