Microsoft KB Archive/927904
Article ID: 927904
Article Last Modified on 4/26/2007
- Zune software
This article describes how to change the volume and equalizer settings in the Zune software.
Change the volume settings
General audio controls on a computer
Other software and hardware controls can affect the volume and the audio settings in the Zune software. If you experience audio issues, adjust the Windows audio settings; the volume controls on the speakers, subwoofer, or amplifier; or the audio settings in any other software that you use to configure the sound card in the computer.
For information about how to adjust the speaker volume in Windows, see Windows Help and Support.
Zune software controls
In the Zune software, you can adjust or mute the volume.
To adjust the volume in the Zune software, drag the Volume slider [GRAPHIC: Volume slider] to the left or to the right.
To mute the volume, click the Mute button [GRAPHIC: Mute button].
To restore the audio, click the Sound button [GRAPHIC: Sound button].
Change the equalizer settings
In the Zune software, you can use equalizer settings to emphasize certain frequencies in the audio. To adjust the equalizer settings, click Options, point to Playback, point to Equalizer, and then select from the following options:
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To turn off the equalizer settings, click Options, point to Playback, point to Equalizer, and then click Off.
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