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Media player with loud sound

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hey guys when i try to play some video files like avi file types. the sound is sometimes too low. how can i increase the volume level?

I have tried media player classic which is a decent player but sometimes it doesn't work gr8 for the sound

how can i boost the sound please let me know thanks

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There are three things (that I know of) that make volume low...

1: Media Player vol. is off or low

2: Wave is low

3: External speakers are low

See pic below.

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come on man that is common everyone knows that

thanks for telling me tho

can someone please let me know how can i customize the sound level in the media player. any way to increase the sound of the videos other than listed above?

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Certain software will alter the volume for all media output. Check your other media software like Real Player and Media Player, and increase the volume of all of them.

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try dfx plugin

Alrite I will check it out

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dfx plugin aint freeware

altho i have found another way

bs player provides you option to customize audio equalizer

that helped me

thanks for ur help guys

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Media Player Classic has a normalize/boost function in the Options=>Audio Decoders section.

Have you tried it? Also, you can use ffdshow's EQ/DSP with MPC.

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I'm guessing the audio is quiet because it may be 5.1 audio, in which case i believe you have to use a filter like AC3 Filter to make it louder.

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