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Chads
31-01-2005, 04:51 PM
I have a Toshiba A70 series laptop. When playing CD's. the sound volume can be varied to an acceptable level (when put through external speakers).
When I play a DVD however, the sound volume is very limited. Is there a tweak to this situation (to up the volume when playing DVD's on the laptop)?
Any suggestion greatfully accepted.
Chads

EX-WESTY
31-01-2005, 06:26 PM
Are you using a different program to play the movie as opposed to the CD.
Does that have a volume control on the program as such. I.E. in addition to the master volume control for the soundcard properties.

the highlander
31-01-2005, 07:49 PM
Whatever dvd playback software your using
go to configuration (or properties or setup, whatever)
click on audio and and advanced and you might see a setting for different audio configurations, one of which might be noisy/boosted environment which is recommended for laptops. Louder but crappier sound. Better than muted quality sound anyway :)

Chilling_Silence
31-01-2005, 08:30 PM
I know what the Highlander is talking about is in PowerDVD and in Doze thats all that I'd use for DVDs.

You could try VideoLAN Client (Region-Free DVD Playback) otherwise, as that has some nice config options which may help.


Chill.