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    Solved Volume of other applications change

    Ok, so heres the thing:
    My friend has an issue with Teamspeak 3, when he's connected his game's volume drops from the normal level, and thats why he doesn't really like coming to TeamSpeak.
    He doesn't talk as he doesn't have a mic he only listens to the others talking to him.
    Anyone has a solution or idea for this?

    edit: The volume drops when we speak to him, so it should be some kind of Echo reduction problem, I suppose
    Last edited by zsmb13; January 16th, 2011 at 02:59 PM. Reason: Additional information was gained about the subject

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    Hello

    Check if he have the plugin "Volume Control" activated.

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    Thanks, that solved it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zsmb13 View Post
    Thanks, that solved it.
    This question has been answered many times on this forum. Please, next time use the search function

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    I did, I just didn't find any posts that mention this same issue. I was sure there are some

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