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Windows 7: How to limit max. volume windows 7?

13 Jun 2014   #1
remol

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How to limit max. volume windows 7?

Hi, in Windows 7, I want to limit the maximum volume level that can be used without touching anything in the speakers, only through software, so an inexperienced user only can reach a volume not too high while at the same time seeing that the volume is in 100%.
Any ideas?

I went to Control Panel > sound > playback > default device properties and in the tab Levels, went to Balance.
Then I turned down the first two sliders: both Left and Right
That would solve the problem, but only if there are more sliders.
But the computer in which I'm trying to do this only have these 2 sliders, so if I touch them the general volume level changes as well.
Here an image:
http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/...ps9411cc93.png
Thanks in advance.


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13 Jun 2014   #2
fireberd

Windows 10 64 bit
 
 

No way that I know of. There may be some 3rd party utility to do this but I have not seen any.

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