SPEAKER VOLUME

  parkhead 10:20 29 Jun 2008
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Hello Wizards,

I listen to the radio on my office computer (at weekends!!!). It is a Dell with speakers built in. The volume is very low. I have gone into the Master Volume box and every control is set to maximum and all the 'balances' are in the middle. Is there anything else I can do to try to increase the volume?

Many thanks for your kind assistance.

Jim

  Halmer 10:21 29 Jun 2008

Can you increase the volume on the software itself?

  parkhead 10:28 29 Jun 2008

Hi Halmer,

How would I do that?

Jim

  chub_tor 10:34 29 Jun 2008

Most laptops also have a manual way of changing the volume, my Toshiba has a little rotary control near the jacks on the front. My daughter's HP has + and - signs with an illuminated bar at the top of the keyboard. If you can't find a manual control, take a look at the Dell manual for your model, if you don't have a hard copy you should fing it on the Dell website.

  parkhead 10:41 29 Jun 2008

Thanks a lot chub_tor. I'll have a look on the website for the manual.

Jim

  Halmer 10:47 29 Jun 2008

How do you actually listen to it i.e. what software?

  Halmer 10:50 29 Jun 2008

click here

you use the volume slider bar and round blue button in the top left hand corner.

  parkhead 10:53 29 Jun 2008

Hi Halmer,

When I listen to Radio 5 it comes through Real Player and the volume is not too bad but could be improved.

When I listen to Magic Radio I just follow the links and I don't actually see what is playing the music although the volume is poor.

Is this any help? (I fear not.)

Jim

  Halmer 11:12 29 Jun 2008

to see what I get with Magic Jim.

  parkhead 11:15 29 Jun 2008

Thanks, Halmer.

Jim

  Halmer 11:16 29 Jun 2008

Magic plays on mine with a similar bar at the top right hand corner (via Windows Media Player) with a blue volume button which can be adjusted.

H

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