How to boost my player audio in double

Asked by rajsh on 2009-04-04

I have the single speaker it audibility is less so is there is any thing that boost the sound capability of my song double or more.

Thanks!

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Ubuntu rhythmbox Edit question
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Solved by:
Mark Rijckenberg
Solved:
2009-04-06
Last query:
2009-04-06
Last reply:
2009-04-06
Tom (tom6) said : #1

Try double clicking on the speaker icon that's by the clock on the top taskbar. In the mixer click on "Prefereences" button to add more channels and adjust cautiously! lol

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting

Good luck and regards from
Tom :)

rajsh (algebraj-y) said : #2

I want volume normalization in player to make it from 100% to maximum so that it make sound louder.

Tom (tom6) said : #3

Which player? Are you watching movies with Totem or playing music with RhythmBox?

rajsh (algebraj-y) said : #4

Yes , playing music with RhythmBox is there is away to boost sound

rajsh (algebraj-y) said : #5

YOU GIVEN THE ANSWER I DIDN'T UNDERSTAND PROVIDE ME THE STEPS TO DO THAT.

Hi,

Step 1: Please open the Terminal from "Applications->Accessories->
Terminal"

Step 2: Run the following 3 commands (copy/paste each command into the Terminal and then hit <enter>)

sudo aptitude update
sudo aptitude install gnome-alsamixer
gnome-alsamixer

Step 3: In the gnome-alsamixer window, adjust the "Master", "Headphone" and "PCM" sliders to maximum levels. Hopefully that will help increase the sound level in Rhythmbox.

Step 4: While in the Rhythmbox player, press the CTRL-<arrow up> key combination to try to increase the volume a bit more.

Hope this helps,

Regards,

Mark

Tom (tom6) said : #7

Thanks Mark :)
Rajsh, sorry i couldn't help there. I didn't give any answers (except the first basic trouble-shooting guide) because i just don't know any answers beyond that. I think you got a 3rd email from me but that wasn't an answer - it was just me trying to file the problem with the right team. Mark and a few others are superb at this sort of sound issue (amongst other issues) but we're all volunteers so there's not much time to fit this in around our other commitments. Glad you got a decent answer at last :) Hope it helps :)

Thanks, good luck and regards from
Tom :)

rajsh (algebraj-y) said : #8

Thanks Mark Rijckenberg, that solved my question.