Change pulseaudio volume range

My problem is that my sounds are too quiet. There may be better solutions, in which case I’d love to hear about them, but i found following one-time solution:

pacmd set-sink-volume 0 100000
#sounds wonderful with my speakers

Unfortunately I can’t find any way to conveniently change volume above 65536 with my volume buttons nor on the volume controller in the top right corner.

So, how to change 100% to 100000 instead of 65536?

I am using openSUSE 12.3, gnome 3.6.2 and PulseAudio 3.0

Thanks in advance.

i think application volume is low. click on volume icon on top right and switch to applications tab when audio/video/browser is playing and increase the volume.

Nope, from sound settings, PulseAudioVolumeControll, and every other gui I could find I have set all volumes to 100%, including applications volumes.

On Thu 23 May 2013 06:26:02 PM CDT, ervion wrote:

My problem is that my sounds are too quiet. There may be better
solutions, in which case I’d love to hear about them, but i found
following one-time solution:

pacmd set-sink-volume 0 100000
#sounds wonderful with my speakers

Unfortunately I can’t find any way to conveniently change volume above
65536 with my volume buttons nor on the volume controller in the top
right corner.

So, how to change 100% to 100000 instead of 65536?

I am using openSUSE 12.3, gnome 3.6.2 and PulseAudio 3.0

Thanks in advance.

Hi
Have you checked the volume set in YaST Sound and down the bottom right
-> other and select volume.


Cheers Malcolm °¿° (Linux Counter #276890)
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Many thanks to you, I must have missed this control earlier.
So, solved for me…