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Old 15th January 2010, 08:43 PM
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Alsa is set max of 31% how do i change this? my mixer is maxed at 31%

hey there,

this is going to sound like a newbie question, i just have never run into this problem...


how can i change alsa in fedora to default to a higher volume, right now if i open alsamixer or gmixer the max volume is 31%(i don't use pulseaudio, as i do pro-audio and pulseaudio is unnecessary).

how can i change this?

i have never encountered this b4...and it is slighty inconvenient...

any help appreciated thanx!

ts9
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