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Re: Gnome sound events volume too low



On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 11:29:44PM +1100, David Timms wrote:
> Sam Varshavchik wrote:
> >For some reason, the volume at which all gnome sound events (login 
> >sound, etc) became minimal. I can barely hear them. All other audio 
> >(flash video, etc) plays back at normal volume, only gnome sound events 
> >are affected.
> >
> >I checked all the mixer settings already -- master volume control is at 
> >100%. All playback controls -- PCM, Front, etc… are also at 100%.
> Did you check Pulseaudio Volume Control ?
> Is Playback|System Sounds turned up, and not muted ?
> What about the Output Devices channel ?

There's also an ALSA volume control which in my F10 installation defaults
to some low setting, such that audio is barely audible. I found it 
(from memory, my F10 machine isn't where I am now) under HARDWARE |
VOLUME CONTROL.

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