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  1. david
    May 3, 2015 @ 4:19 AM

    The problem with using the Loudness Equalization setting is it goes mad taking CPU resources. The Micro$oft forums are full of audiodg issues that are cured by disabling enhancements.

    It starts off OK but then randomly starts hogging CPU

    I do not want my PC to spend all it’s CPU resources simply increasing volume.

    It is a joke that there is nothing for the hard of hearing in accessibilty options

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  2. alfredbobes
    April 2, 2015 @ 8:11 AM

    You may try iDealshare VideoGo to Increase volume for audio and video files

    Working as an Audio Volume Booster, iDealshare VideoGo can easily boost sound volume for almost all kinds of audio file like increase MP3 volume, increase WAV volume, increase FLAC volume, increase AAC volume, increase AC3 volume, M4A, WMA, AU, DTS, AIFF, OGG, MP2, APE, OPUS, CAF, VOC, etc.

    Working as a Video Volume Booster, iDealshare VideoGo helps you raise audio volume for all video files like increase MP4 volume, increase MOV volume, increase AVI volume, WMV, FLV, AVCHD, MKV, MXF, WebM, SWF, OGV, 3GP, ASF, RMVB, etc.

    iDealshare VideoGo also has a feature of increase sound volume as well as change the source file format like convert the source audio or video files to other more compatible audio or video formats.

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  3. shahno
    March 16, 2015 @ 6:53 PM

    brother my window 8.1 not showing enhance so what to do

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  4. damian
    January 7, 2015 @ 8:00 PM

    VLC will boost up to 400% using the scroll wheel 😛

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    • iTechtics Editor
      January 8, 2015 @ 1:32 AM

      I tried it and the volume increased to 200% :D. Perfect tip!

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  5. StarrShine
    January 7, 2015 @ 5:56 AM

    That would be “audio.”

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  6. StarrShine
    January 7, 2015 @ 5:56 AM

    Audi Enhancement instructions were great! It worked. Thank you so much!

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  7. Win8Geek
    December 17, 2014 @ 1:43 AM

    I really don’t like to ‘overclock’ my PC sound card or the speakers. This usually results in a broken headphone or the sound card itself.

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    • iTechtics Editor
      December 19, 2014 @ 3:28 PM

      I also keep my stuff simple. But there are times when you need to ‘overclock’ your hardware to get the most out of it.

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  8. Usman Khurshid
    November 18, 2014 @ 3:08 AM

    A Facebook fan has specified another wonderful utility to control the volume of Windows beyond its default control limits and that utility is MatrixMixer. The best thing about it is that it is not only free but open source.
    http://matrix-mixer.sourceforge.net/

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