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Winamp volume issue


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#1 brc2000

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Posted 11 June 2011 - 03:22 AM

Okay, I've been using Winamp with the same volume settings for months to play my MP3s - preamp at zero, Winamp volume at maximum, and PC volume at 2%.

A few hours ago I decided to play a MIDI file. The song played at a low volume and I increased my PC speakers to around 20% to be able to listen to it properly. I thought that was normal, since the MIDI file was of extremely low quality. However when I resumed playing my MP3 files, it played at the same volume as the MIDI file, and I could barely hear anything at 2%, which is what I want to keep my PC volume at. Any idea why this might have happened? I tried reinstalling it, but no change. Thanks

I posted this in the Winamp technical support forum, but my thread was barely looked at. Thanks for any help.

I should mention that the playback volume is fine with other media players, and I have to adjust my PC speaker volume to 60% on Winamp to reach the volume I used to get on 2%, prior to playing that MIDI file.

Edited by brc2000, 11 June 2011 - 04:30 AM.


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Posted 11 June 2011 - 07:03 AM

This thread can be locked/deleted. I got it. Thanks.




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