Using Gnome’s sound volume control, I can adjust sound level from 0% to 100%.
But even at 100%, my notebook speaker output is still too soft.
Then I can use pavucontrol, to make application output to 153%, then at device output to another 153%.
However, once I use media keys or Youtube’s volume control to adjust, my adjustable range is back to 0% - 100% (only using pavucontrol again can adjust beyond 100%)
How can I change my nominal adjustable range from 0% - 100%, to 0%-153% without using pavucontrol everytime?
gnome has something called over-amplification :
settings > sounds > system volume > over-amplification
have you tried that?
No, the option is not there.
By following your hint of “Gnome over-amplification”, I searched and got this:
gsettings … allow-volume-above-100-percent
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.sound allow-volume-above-100-percent 'true', then I can adjust volume above 100%.
Thanks a lot!
You can find the option in GNOME Tweaks, in the first section (“General”).
my bad, that is in ubuntu.
f.y.i. vlc too has sound over-amplification but that is only limited to vlc & not system wide.
if it is not too much trouble could you be kind enough to share all the gsetting commands you know of.
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