Computer sound volume too low under Windows 10/8/7



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If the volume of your Windows computer has become too low, here are some possible solutions to solve the problem. The problem may be caused by software or hardware. Windows comes with some important settings that must be perfect to get good sound quality. If the volume of your Windows 10/8/7 computer is too low, follow these steps to see if anything helps solve this problem.

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Review the list and then decide which suggestion you want to try first.

1] Updating the audio driver

This is probably the first thing that comes to mind. Whatever sound system you use, it is imperative to have the latest device drivers installed on your computer. Update your drivers. You can use third-party driver update software, or even better, you can use the tool for your PC brand like Dell Update Utility, HP Support Assistant, etc. You will probably see these utilities preinstalled on your system.

2] Physical cleaning of speakers

If you have been using the same speaker for a long time, there may be dust on the speaker that often prevents the sound from playing smoothly. Make sure your speakers are clean from the inside and outside. If not, clean it and see if it performs better or not.

3] Check with another device

If you experience this problem with a Bluetooth speaker or a wired speaker supplied with a woofer, you must connect this device to another device to see if the problem is in your computer or in the speakers themselves.

4] Communication settings

This is a low volume built-in feature that helps users get better sound when using your computer to make or receive calls. It can reduce your sound up to 100%. Open the Sound Settings window. You can search for it in the taskbar if you are using Windows 10. Otherwise, right-click the volume icon in the taskbar and select Sounds. Then go to the tab Communication . Make sure Do nothing is selected. If this is not the case, select this option and save your change.

5] Volume equalization

This is another setting you need to check. If this option is not enabled, you will hear a comparatively lower volume. Open the sound settings again. In the Play tab, select the playback device and click the Properties button . Then go to the Extensions tab. Select Equalize sound level and save your changes.

6] Increase the volume of the media player

Sometimes, even if you increase the volume via the volume icon in the taskbar, you will hear a very soft sound. This is because two different volume levels work when playing an audio track, the speaker volume and the media player volume. Even if you increase the volume of the speaker, the media player uses the same volume.

There are two ways to increase the volume of this media player. First, you can open the media player you are using and check whether the volume is set to 100% or not. Second, you can open the Volume Mixer from the system tray and do whatever you need.

7] Audio Troubleshooting

Press Win+I to open Windows settings and go to Update & Security > Troubleshoot. On the right side you will find Playback of Audio. Select it and click Start button and follow the on-screen instructions.

I hope these proposals will help you solve your problem.

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