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Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by esaelias, Feb 16, 2017.
anyone got a fix?
Not sure, so let's run through some basic troubleshooting.
CMD+R, type in mmsys.cpl in the Run dialogue box. In Sound, press Playback tab, right-click your speakers and select Properties. Should be an Enhancements tab and usually there's a loudness equalisation option. Try tick that, then Apply/OK. Any better?
If not, let's try update the sound drivers. CMD+R, devmgmt.msc, expand the Sound option, right-click your sound driver and select Update Driver Software. Search automatically (W10's pretty good for updating drivers automatically). If it downloads/installs an update, restart after that's completed.
If there's no update available, try right-click and select Properties. Then Details tab and select Hardware IDs from the drop-down Property list. Copy & paste the values as a response to this, then I'll have a look online and see if there's an update elsewhere. Also if you were to do this, please advise of the Driver Date & Driver Version -- this can be found in the Driver tab on the Properties menu.
It is that low... to prevent the speakers from blowing up.
Steps to solve the issue...
1. right click on volume icon in task bar.
2. go to 'Playback Devices'
3. Select Speaker and click on properties.
4. Goto 'Enhancement'.
5. Select 'Loudness' and then press setting.
6. Move rocker towards long.
Thank you very much