|16 Jan 2011||#6|
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I'm sorry for my ignorance on the subject! A little back ground on the problem may help. I share an apartment and the walls seem to be paper thin. I have my speakers plugged in and they play wonderfully but they are loud I don'y want to inconvenience my roommate with the noise. I know headphones would be the obvious answer but, I have a wireless keyboard and mouse that i use so i can sit on my couch when I use the computer and my headphones won't reach. So I have my speakers on and i turn down the system volume to 1 and the sound still fills the room.
Thank you for your comment WartHog! The speakers have a volume control on them, however they only adjust the system sounds.
Hahaha and upon further inspection on the volume controls I saw the solution. WartHog you were correct in fine tuning the sound. I was able to turn down the speakers AND adjust the volume for the program i was using. Thank you both so much for your input, you've helped me solve my problem. Again, Thank you!
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