12-15-2018 04:58 PM
I bought the Yoga 730 a couple weeks ago, and I'm noticing the volume is incredibly low, though I have the volume turned all the way up. It looks like my drivers are up to date. Is this just the norm with this particular computer? Are there any fixes? My previous laptop was the Yoga 2 Pro, which I had for almost five years, and while the speakers weren't incredibly loud, they felt usable to me. If I can't find a fix for this issue, I'll have to return this computer.
12-15-2018 06:15 PM
My nephews Yoga 730 seemed ok to me. Do you have a Best Buy by you? Maybe go there and see how loud the demo model volume is and compare yours? Sorry I know this doesnt directly answer your question.
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12-16-2018 12:25 AM
Maybe it could be that you don't have activated dolby atmos.
go at the right part of your taskbar, right-clic the sound icon, clic on "sounds" then go to playback,
select speakers then click properties, go to the option that says "dolby atmos" and if it says "turn off" its because it is activated but if not then its deactivated, just click "turn on" if it doesn't work then its a big problem
12-16-2018 06:57 AM
It actually was turned on, but one suggestion I read online said to shut it off! It didn't seem to make a difference either way. I did discover that going into the Dolby Atmos allowed me to adjust some of the settings. I turned everything all the way up in the equalizer in the"personalize" tab in the app, then selected the dynamic setting. The music setting was slightly louder, but it was really bright sounding. This solution is acceptable to me.