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Dell Xps 13

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Hi,

I recently bought a brand new Dell Xps 13 9370. I love the laptop but I am having trouble opening the Realtek HD audio manager. I was also wondering if I could have different sound levels for both headphones and speakers eg: (My headphone volume is 20 and speaker volume is 0). 

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Re: Dell Xps 13

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Hicksy1,

You can right click the speaker icon on the taskbar and choose open volume mixer. From here you can adjust the volume levels for each device you are using.

 

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Thanks for your response, I was just wondering if I could have different sound levels for my speakers and headphones so that when I unplug my headphones that are at 20% volume for example my speaker volume will be automatically set to 0%?
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Hicksy,

Unfortunately, I do not see any place in the Realtek audio manager to change this setting.

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Hi,

Thank you for your response. I was also wondering why my Realtek audio manager doesn't open at all.

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Hicksy1.

Uninstall the audio drivers and reboot the computer. Once back up reinstall the audio drivers.

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