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    Trouble adjusting sound, huge jumps in volume

    When I go to adjust the volume using the volume bar in Ubuntu, slightly raising or lowering the volume bar either outputs very little volume or too much of it. For example, if I move the slider just a little bit to the left in order to lower the volume, it's as if I've muted the sound. If I move it to the right to make it louder, the output is so loud that it's painful to hear. I've found a middle ground where the sound is generally at a "regular" level by going into sound settings and putting the slider near the middle of the section labeled "Unamplified 100%", and I can do that with the regular volume slider too, but I want to be able to adjust it without these ridiculous leaps. My laptop has a volume + and - hotkey functionality and I am no longer able to use it because of this problem.

    What can I do to edit the sound without these huge jumps in volume?

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    Re: Trouble adjusting sound, huge jumps in volume

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    Re: Trouble adjusting sound, huge jumps in volume

    Anyone?

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