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Realtek HD Audio volume way too loud.

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#1 Computer-Hope


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Posted 18 June 2015 - 09:45 PM

Hey guys,

   I'm having a problem with my volume on my computer. I use integrated sound, Realtek HD Audio to be exact (you probably already know that). My problem is that my volume is way too loud. In order to get a volume that I can actually listen at without rupturing my eardrums, I have to drag the volume slider down to 10. The volume changes drastically when I drag it, and at the maximum volume, my headphones would probably sound like speakers at full volume, but I haven't been suicidal enough to try it. Is there a way to change the maximum volume so that normal volume would be somewhere around 30? Thanks!

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