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yeah... the thing is everything is louder than my iTunes, like when somebody comes online on aMSN it's much louder than the music that I'm listening atm... and also when surfing, sounds are much louder than the iTunes... it's just annoying... any solutions to this problem?
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your itunes has a volume control of it's own, check that it is at 100%.

i know with some applications they have internal volumes which you can turn down, such as adium.

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dude.. I know... ofcourse I checked that first, but still it's too quiet...
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