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hi,
I commonly listen to music on my imac with headphones. Unfortunately my headphones make the music very loud. Is there some software I can use or some setting I can change so that I can just make the volume super low?
p.s. I know about the trick for parts of a bar, or muting, and unmuting the sound, but it is still too loud
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Just use the volume slider in iTunes, or any other player for that matter. Or is this the trick you meant?
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I agree with scathe here, but another thing you can do too, is hold shift+option while changing volume. The volume with then go up/down in quarters.

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What mac do you have?


If you don't have one already, you can put a volume slider on your menu bar.

The newer keyboards has volume control built into it.

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