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6 Sep 2003 2:49 AM
Sorry if I post this already, can't remember if I did.

I would like to have control over the audio. Like to increase it by 200% - 400%. My husband is a little hard of hearing, and I would like to make back ups of our DVD's and adjust the audio.

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6 Sep 2003 8:19 AM
I don't think that is possible from a technical point of view, without getting audio clipping.

Sound is a wave form of amount of presure that hits your ears. The digital format of that is the displacement converted to a number. That which is quiet has a low number, and that which is loud gets a high number.

If you start to just increase those numbers then you can get into what is called sound clipping, where the high numbers cannot go any higher so it changes the shape of the original wave form. this create distortion.

Your amplifier takes these numbers and converts them into elecrtic signals to your speekers. They move in and out and make the sound your ears here. Your best bet is to turn up your amp, and let the speekers make more sound. that way you get clean sound just louder.
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