every time adjust volume, I hear windows sysem sound, annoying loud


  1. Posts : 1,168
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       #1

    every time adjust volume, I hear windows sysem sound, annoying loud


    Is there anyway to turn that sound off? Who wants to hear that, I want to hear the video, not a 1 second reverberating sound blurb over the speakers which overrides the video sound track. I have been finding it quite an annoying extra noise.
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H1)
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    Sorry, I don't know of any way to do that as I've never heard anything like that. How are you adjusting the volume? And do you experience the same thing if playing a mp3 file or when a video is not playing, for example?

    How are you playing it? From a file? On line?

    If there were such a sound it would be listed here:
    every time adjust volume, I hear windows sysem sound, annoying loud-snap-2019-02-09-20.32.47.png
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  3. Posts : 1,168
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       #3

    Simply slide the volume control. The sound is builtin to windows 10.
    Sounds off on every move of the control.
    I took a video and posted to google photos, so you can hear the sound.
    Please watch and you can then see what I mean. Click image plays video.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/eFxVVkG2ExS7vcrM9

    following your idea, the sound is called system notification, but honestly who wants to hear that when adjusting the volume? It is distractingly annoying.
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  4. dalchina's Avatar
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    Ah, ok, can confirm that happens on mine - with no video playing.

    This is why I've not noticed it- I use a 3rd party utility which means I control volume by hovering over the taskbar and scrolling. Otherwise I could use dedicated keyboard keys.

    You could disable the particular sound in Sounds (screenshot above)
    every time adjust volume, I hear windows sysem sound, annoying loud-snap-2019-02-09-21.26.03.png
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  5. Posts : 1,168
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       #5

    What are you using to control the sound?
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  6. HeM
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    Win 10 Pro x64 v.21Η1
       #6

    How about using only mouse wheel (if exists)?
    Click on taskbar speaker, lead cursor onto slider and use mouse wheel.

    Or else, you may go to "Windows Default" sounds by right clicking on taskbar speaker -> Sounds / Sounds tab and select "(None)" for "Default Beep" sound,
    every time adjust volume, I hear windows sysem sound, annoying loud-sounds.jpg
    keeping in mind that some other warning sounds are going to be affected too.
    Last edited by HeM; 10 Feb 2019 at 19:09.
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  7. dalchina's Avatar
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    Hi, I've used a couple of things over the years- currently Volume2 - rather neat freeware with more options than you'd expect.

    every time adjust volume, I hear windows sysem sound, annoying loud-snap-2019-02-10-05.40.12.png

    Download Volume2 1.1.5.404 / 1.1.6.411 Beta
    Note middle button mute too.

    Another possibility is Volumouse, with options for brightness too.
    Volumouse - control the sound volume with a wheel mouse

    I used 7+taskbar tweaker for a bit but eventually ran into a snag with it.
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  8. Posts : 1,168
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       #8

    HeM said:
    How about using only mouse wheel (if exists)?
    Click on taskbar speaker, lead cursor onto slider and use mouse wheel.

    Or else, you may go to "Windows Default" sounds by right clicking on taskbar speaker -> Sounds / Sounds tab and select "(None)" for "Default Beep" sound, every time adjust volume, I hear windows sysem sound, annoying loud-sounds.jpg
    keeping in mind that some other warning sounds are going to be affected too.
    yes that mouse scroll wheel works well enough.
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