How to disable Absolute Volume on Windows 10

disable Absolute Volume on Windows 10

As you know, Bluetooth headphones connect to your cordless phone. This ability allows you to talk on the phone or listen to music without using wires or cords. You can even adjust the volume of a speaker left or right. However, under Windows 10, the range is limited, that is, the left and right songs can not have different volume levels. Yet, if you wish change the dual volume control headphones under Windows 10 separately, follow the steps below.

This article can also help if Windows Update violates your Bluetooth volume control and you need to disable the absolute volume. The absolute volume function is incompatible with some Bluetooth devices, which makes it impossible to adjust the volume of the Bluetooth device. If you experience this problem, neither the volume slider on the taskbar nor the volume controls on the device affect the volume.

Disable Absolute Volume on Windows 10

When you change the volume level of a speaker, the volume of another speaker also changes automatically. As such, it is not easy to change the dual volume earphones separately. A simple registry adjustment can make this possible.

Note that this method requires disabling the absolute volume by modifying the registry settings. Please proceed with care.

Simultaneously press the Win + R keys to launch theRun& #39; dialog box.

Type 'regedit.exe' in the empty box and press'Enter'To open the registry editor.

Go to the next path address

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM ControlSet001 Control Bluetooth Audio AVRCP CT

In the right pane, look for the entry called DisableAbsoluteVolume. For some reason, if you can not find this entry, you can create it. To do this, right-click the CT key and select New> DWORD Value (32-bit). Give this key the following name – DisableAbsoluteVolume.

Then double-click on it and set its value to 1. The default value is 0.

Restart your system.

You can also enable or disable the absolute volume with the help of the button Command Prompt by executing the following commands:

To disable the absolute volume function, run:

reg add HKLMSYSTEMControlSet001ControlBluetoothAudioAVRCPCT /v DisableAbsoluteVolume /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f

To enable the absolute volume function to run:

reg add HKLMSYSTEMControlSet001ControlBluetoothAudioAVRCPCT /v DisableAbsoluteVolume /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f

Restart Windows for the registry change to take effect.

Bluetooth headset

Now, when you right-click on the speaker icon on the taskbar, selectOpen sound settings& #39; And click & #39;Manage device settings', The same controls will be visible to you as before.

When you change the volume level of one of the speakers, the other one stays still and does not change next to each other.

I hope it works for you.

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