How To Fix Low Sound Issue In Ubuntu OS

We all know that one of the most important things when it comes to media experience is audio is the quality of sound. Even if you have the best speakers in your house, if you don’t have a good sound system, your audio experience will be awful.

But what’s worse is that it can be very costly and time-consuming to fix this problem.

But these days there are many ways to fix the low sound issues in ubuntu os. There are many different ways of fixing the low sound issue in Ubuntu os but most of them don’t work for everyone because they are not designed specifically for certain operating systems or hardware configurations.

So we decided to write a tutorial on how we can fix the low sound issues in ubuntu os using the best method to fix the low sound issues in ubuntu.

Fixing Low Sound Issue in Ubuntu OS

Check the ALSA mixer

LPulseAudio controls the ALSA-level volume controls in the Ubuntu OS. You can change the ALSA-level volume controls directly, by opening a terminal pressing Ctrl-Alt-T and entering alsamixer, and hitting Enter key. you will get some output on the terminal. 

To check the ALSA mixer follow the steps:

  1. Select your correct sound card using F6 and select F5 to see recording controls as well
  2. Move around with left and right arrow keys.
  3. Increase and decrease volume with up and down arrow keys.
  4. Mute/Unmute with the “M” key. An “MM” means muted, and “OO” means unmuted.
  5. Exit from alsamixer with the Esc key.