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Is there a way to increase voice chat output volume?

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Sometimes it's really hard for me to hear or understand what some people are saying in game. Especially when it's raining hard or windy. Is there a way to increase the output volume of the in-game voice chat? I only see an input volume setting in the audio settings, but perhaps there's a setting in a config file somewhere.

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Turn up master volume all the way and turn down effects to minimal or somewhere near the bottom.

Helps me hear VOIP alot better.

edit: And then yeah, obviously VOIP all the way up. But that's pretty obvious.

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Make sure your VOIP audio is maxed all the way out and maybe turn some of your effects down to counter the sound of rain and wind, other than that I don't believe there's any way to increase people's voices.

I'd recommend maxing DayZ's sound and then turning down effects and stuff IG but keeping the Voip maxed out.

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Actually I find that even with VOIP all the way up is hard to hear people at times. If you increase your effects bar it will also increase the VOIP.

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Some people have a bad microphone or have their microphone far away from their mouth and that could be why you can't hear much.

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Hi mrsiCkstar

You can change the Master-Volum output.

This increases the Sound of other people, now if you think the surrounding volume takes over you can change the Effects output.

To lower the sounds of: Nature(Wind, birds, etc.) Trucks, Weapons, Etc.

Now if none of these options help, you can ''//Your mic is very low, and i cant hear you'' is also an option.

Though we prefer that you try the other options before going OOC.

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Thanks guys, I'll try your suggestions. It's weird they only put a setting for the input volume for VOIP, and not an output setting.

Awesome, let us know if any of it works.

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Im glad we could help.

I will mark this as /solved

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