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Software solution to make sound louder than max windows

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September 8, 2011 2:44:24 AM

Hello,
I'm streaming a movie, and the sound is so low, I have all of the volumes maxed out and can barely hear it still. does anyone know how to get more sound? a setting or a piece of software?
a b $ Windows 7
September 8, 2011 3:03:12 AM

There are about 5 volume control panels in windows 7 when watching a movie... even just in wmp, Are you watching it of a desktop, or Laptop?
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September 8, 2011 3:18:57 AM

laptop, but I'm streaming a movie using an external video player. flash. I already have all my sounds maxed in every control.
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September 8, 2011 3:48:23 AM

Headphones or internal speakers? Ya' might just need some amplified external speakers. Or, just don't watch that low-budget porn.
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September 8, 2011 4:32:10 AM

haha, i just don't have external speakers here now, I was hoping someone with knowledge might reply. the question was about a setting or piece of software. a software amp etc,
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September 8, 2011 9:06:41 AM

Why don't u tell us about what are u using + the payer+ the stream source.
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September 8, 2011 10:22:15 AM

insert what I can only assume is a 3.5mm jack ALL THE WAY IN. seriously, take it out and put it back in. also, check that you have it plugged into speaker/headphone out and not into a line-out hole.
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September 8, 2011 10:57:02 AM

lorddice said:
Hello,
I'm streaming a movie, and the sound is so low, I have all of the volumes maxed out and can barely hear it still. does anyone know how to get more sound? a setting or a piece of software?
Why would you copy/paste a thread from computersupportforums.com.

Good people on forums spend a lot of their free time helping people in genuine distress. Please don't go 'round wasting their/my time.
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January 9, 2012 5:05:18 AM

calguyhunk said:
Why would you copy/paste a thread from computersupportforums.com.

Good people on forums spend a lot of their free time helping people in genuine distress. Please don't go 'round wasting their/my time.

WTF are You talking about? I do want help, & this is my genuine problem. maybe you spend too much time reading this type of stuff & not enough time helping out. do you have a helpfull tip for me? if not, get bent!
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January 9, 2012 5:17:27 AM

calguyhunk said:
Why would you copy/paste a thread from computersupportforums.com.

Good people on forums spend a lot of their free time helping people in genuine distress. Please don't go 'round wasting their/my time.

I just clicked on that link 2 see what was up. & it's totally creepy to see my post word for word on another site under someone elses name! but I noticed "Wilma" has posted OVER 2000 times on that sight since August. maybe this person has a problem or some issues. anyway do you know of some software that can boost volume?
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January 9, 2012 5:19:40 AM

calguyhunk said:
Why would you copy/paste a thread from computersupportforums.com.

Good people on forums spend a lot of their free time helping people in genuine distress. Please don't go 'round wasting their/my time.

P.S. if you look I posted @ 10:44 and her post was @ 11:03
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January 9, 2012 5:29:44 AM

if you want it to play louder, get vlc from videolan.org i believe. its a simple program that is easy to use and you can get the volume louder with it by i thin 200-400% what it should be, i dont have it installed yet so i cant tell you exact numbers

zoom player is another one, but you have to open up the equalizer to make it louder.

and if you are useing ffdshow you can go into its settings go to volume, and get another 300%-900% loudness

now i have to add that this will make the audio sound like crap, and wouldn't be as good as a hardware amplifier.

search amazon for headphone amp, generally sound equipment had major benefits up to a certain point $ wise, so don't spend a crap ton on something there, and make sure that its powered like this http://www.amazon.com/Fiio-E3-BK-E3-Headphone-Amp/dp/B0...

if its not powered, than it wound make it any louder, because its just a glorified volume control.

the one i linked was the cheapest one i could find.

i also suggest you head over to http://www.head-fi.org/ they have helped me in the past a great deal when getting things, just tell them the price range you have, the most, and what you would like to spend... they will point you in the right direction, and many have experience with the same problems you are having.
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August 6, 2012 5:39:05 PM

:pfff: 
calguyhunk said:
Why would you copy/paste a thread from computersupportforums.com.

Good people on forums spend a lot of their free time helping people in genuine distress. Please don't go 'round wasting their/my time.


:ange: 
I just thought it was funny that your attitude is a contradiction (at least in terms) to your rather philosophical quote; that individual posted the comment here probably without any knowledge of the link you sent him. But that's okay; I'm not one to ask people to aspire to something utterly unrealistic
:hello:  Cheers.
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