Audio Settings in Windows® 7
The audio feature and audio settings in Windows 7
Windows 7 is designed to make everyday tasks quicker and easier, to make your computer work the way you need it to, and to enable it to do new things. Windows 7 is installed smarter with sound that is audio feature. Windows 7 also allows you to connect a portable music player to your system and play it through the speakers. Windows 7 also supports HDMI or High-Definition Multimedia Interface cables, so you could easily send multi-channel digital audio and high-definition video to a stereo or TV from your computer. There are various options to control the volume in Windows Media Player, with adjusting the volume level, muting, and minimizing the volume differences either within a song or between songs. Software and hardware controls could affect the volume and audio effects settings in the Player. If you face with any issues, try to adjust your Windows audio settings, the physical controls on your speakers, subwoofer, or amplifier, or the settings in any other software used to configure the sound card in your system.
There are various audio settings in Windows 7. They are:
- Speech settings
- Speaker settings
- Volume settings
You could use Speech Properties dialog box in order to set options for Windows Speech Recognition and Text to Speech. Then open Speech Recognition Options by hitting the Start button and clicking Control Panel. Click Ease of Access, and after that, click Speech Recognition Options. Then click on Advanced speech options.
You could utilize the Speaker Properties dialog box in Windows Media Player to choose the audio device you need to use and modify speaker settings. Then hit the Start button after that, select All Programs, and then choose Windows Media Player. If the Player is presently open and you are in the Now Playing mode, then click the Switch to Library button placed in the upper-right corner of the Player. In the Player Library, click Organize and click Options. Then you need to click the Devices tab, then Speakers, and next, click Properties. You need to choose the options you want, and then click OK.
You are offered with various options to control volume in Windows Media Player. This comprises the options to adjust the volume level, muting, and decreases volume differences either within a song or between songs. To increase or decrease the volume level, you have to move the Volume slider. In order to mute the volume, then hit the Mute button. To reinstate audio, click the Mute button once more.
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