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Old 06-08-2016, 03:05 PM   #1
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Unhappy LinuxLiteOS for HP 15-f233wm Sound (Not Working !!!) :(

I am trying to find a reason why my sound is to low it seems like every video on YouTube that I watch I have to put my heads phones in to listen to something. My Speakers are so low is there anyway that I can do to make it better in sound or something because I just wonder is it to do with my Computer...

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Old 06-08-2016, 09:01 PM   #2
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It is already set to a low volume as default well to solve this try to increase the volume from the screen there must a option to increase the sound then to increase it more go and find the hardware option then select sound option then increase the output sound option and increase it !!
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I'm assuming you've tried raising the volume in your DE/WM, correct?

Assuming you have, have you tried using alsamixer to see if there's a setting that you're missing in your gui?
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pulseaudio? did you try installing pavucontrol to fiddle with your volume settings?
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If the speakers are on the bottom facing down, you could flip the laptop over so they face you. Although hard to watch the video that way. I tend to use usb powered speakers that I plug into the headphone jack. You probably just need to adjust the levels.

$ alsamixer -c 0
$ speaker-test -c 2 -l 4

$ pavucontrol

If the speakers are on the bottom you can sometimes prop it up on some bottle caps to keep the sound less muffled.


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