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  • I mean I have a soundcard and it has a volume knob, then windows has volume too, and then whatever application I be using like Youtube or Spotify or VLC has volume knob too, also if I hook up a reciever to a card, it has a volume knob too, so my question is - In this sequence what volume should be left at maximum and what is ok to make lower depending on circumstances?
    Again, the thing goes like that - Soundcard-Windows-Application- Reciever (optional).

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    Put everything else as max volume, and adjust directly from the receiver

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    GODFLOW

    Put everything else as max volume, and adjust directly from the receiver

    So, if I connect headphones to the soundcard then I should put windows on max, spotify on max and adjust just the soundcard volume?

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    Pokerking4128

    So, if I connect headphones to the soundcard then I should put windows on max, spotify on max and adjust just the soundcard volume?

    Correct, the device that has direct control over the power output of the speaker/headphone should be the one youre controlling, the rest at max.

  • GODFLOW

    Correct, the device that has direct control over the power output of the speaker/headphone should be the one youre controlling, the rest at max.

    Thank you

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