NPR audio feeds are oddly quiet on my HTC EVO 3D, while Pandora, YouTube and any other audio is plenty loud. Is there some odd internal setting I need to change? [more inside]
Why can't I find a desktop-style analog volume knob? [more inside]
Is there a way I can increase the maximum volume/gain on my computer on a software level? [more inside]
Background music and effects are way louder than voices in XBMC, so much so that I have to get up and turn the volume down every time theme song or music comes on during TV shows or movies for fear of disturbing neighbors (not to mention that they're uncomfortably loud). [more inside]
Why does my stereo shut itself off at higher volumes? [more inside]
How can we set up our car so people in the back can take part in conversations happening up front? [more inside]
Is there any way to normalize the volume output on my PC so I'm not startled by clicking on a video link? The volume on YouTube and other sites varies so wildly from video to video that my modus operandi is to mute before I play the video, then slowly increase the volume, but I'm hoping there is a better way.
How can I remove the component of pitch (or frequency) from an audio waveform, while maintaining the amplitude? I'm looking for a process analogous to desaturating a colour image to black and white: rendering an audio file literally monotonous but maintaining its rhythm (as changes in volume over time).
I have a few Macbook Pro systems at work that we've installed Windows XP via Bootcamp on. We've done this with previous Macbook models in the past. This time, however, there is an audio problem: the audio on the XP side is so low it's close to non-existent.
Is anyone familiar with this problem? Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix it? [more inside]
I'm looking for a command-line tool that can return a volume value for specific points of time in an MP3 file. [more inside]
Quicktime/Web Audio Problems. Some quicktime video I produced is having volume issues--but only on certain computers with small speakers. What gives? [more inside]
I can't get my Mac laptop's internal speakers to work -- they just stopped one day. When I press the volume adjust buttons, the little bars don't move, and the classic circle-with-bar-through-it appears. I've checked the volume in System Preferences, and the "mute" button is not selected by accident.
I have an mp3, one channel of which is way quieter than the other. How can I fix it so the two channels are the same volume? [more inside]
Anybody, by chance, know how to get a Mitsubishi CS 35313 (1995) tv to play the audio through the internal speakers again? [more inside]
Is there a way in iTunes (or another application) to make all of the songs on a playlist be approximately the same volume? [more inside]
How can I increase iTunes volume beyond the current maximum on my Powerbook G4? [more inside]
Long time listener First Time caller, can someone please explain to me why my volume control Icon on my task bar keeps removing itself. (More inside). [more inside]
My father is hard of hearing. I'm looking for suggestions regarding easy
audio devices that will let him listen to the TV at the volume he needs, but also let the rest of the family enjoy the program at a more reasonable volume. [more inside]
I like to fall asleep while watching DVDs on my Windows XP PC in Windows Media Player. The problem is that on DVDs with loud menu screens after the movie is over the DVD returns to the menu and blasts loud exciting action music, waking me up. Is there a freeware program out there that will mute Media Player after the movie is over? [more inside]