I have had several complaints that users are failing to hear the beep indicating the beginning of a recording session for a voice message. The volume of the system is sufficiant overall and should not be increased. Is there a way to increase "beep" volume individually.<br><br>
Interesting question I havent heard anyone asking to crank the beep volume up. Are you sure its playing properly and its just too soft? Unusual
Anyway, yeah you can do this in the registry.
In HKLM\Software\Active Voice\MIU\1.0\Initlaiziation\
Youll see a key called Record Beep Amp and itll be set to a really big looking number. In reality, thats a signed number and its actually a small negative number. The idea was, ironically, the beep was too loud for most folks so our default configuration kicks it down a notch or two. The default setting is 24, but that translates into ffffffe8 in this setting since its a signed value in hex trust me.
You can set the value to 0 to get the full on volume for this if thats too loud you can fiddle with it between the 24 and 0 level until you get it right. For negative numbers, pop open the calculator on NT, switch to scientific mode, make sure youre in decimal mode, stick your negative number in there and switch to hex mode. Plug that value in to the registry.
This does require a reboot before it takes effect.
As a side note, youll see options for the beep length and frequency as well, but I wouldnt mess with those. While the voice board is playing the beep itself its blind to incoming tones. If you make it too long a disconnect tone, for instance, may be missed. The length of the beep now is short enough to ensure that wont happen.
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