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[b:ui6gpog2]Detailed description:[/b:ui6gpog2]
In some cases, playback of a mix may exhibit signs of attenuation not desired by the soud designers or sound programmers responsible for that mix. In many such cases, the problem is caused by the system on which the mix is being played.

[b:ui6gpog2]Solution 1:[/b:ui6gpog2]
1. If the television or amplifier being used to play sound has a feature that automatically limits or adjusts the volume, turn this option off. "SRS TruVolume" is such a feature.
Some media playing devices have this feature turned on by default.

[b:ui6gpog2]Solution 2:[/b:ui6gpog2]
1. If the soundcard of the computer being used to play sound has a feature that automatically limits or adjusts the volume, turn this option off. Realtek soundcards have this feature.
Some soundcards can be set to automatically limit or adjust sound to improve audability or to protect hardware. In some cases, this setting may only apply under certian circumstances, e.g.: when not using headphones.

[b:ui6gpog2]Notes:[/b:ui6gpog2]
(There is no tutorial, example or documentation relevant to this issue.)

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