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    I use my Centro as my alarm clock, and even on minimum volume it's so loud that my wife complains (she doesn't have to get up as early as I do). I've used the World Clock and am now using Treo Alarm, but it doesn't help. It seems that system sounds are loud also even though I have them turned down to 1. I've seen programs to increase max volume on the Palms, but how about decreasing the minimum? As last resort I guess I could remaster some tones or tracks at lower volume.
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    If you are using MP3 alarms you could just lower the volume of the mp3 file (with something like MP3gain).
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    wow thats the first Ive ever herd that...

    u two must have very senstive ears!
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    I don't know about sensitve ears but I find the alarms are more than loud enough on volume 1 also (if I'm asleep). I understand the problem but I have to say I am glad for louder alarms when I am in a louder environment such as work
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    Quote Originally Posted by worthymatt View Post
    I use my Centro as my alarm clock, and even on minimum volume it's so loud that my wife complains (she doesn't have to get up as early as I do). I've used the World Clock and am now using Treo Alarm, but it doesn't help. It seems that system sounds are loud also even though I have them turned down to 1. I've seen programs to increase max volume on the Palms, but how about decreasing the minimum? As last resort I guess I could remaster some tones or tracks at lower volume.
    You can use VolumeCare to run down these tones. :-) Even though most people use VolumeCare to boost the volume on the Centro's speakers. Jeff
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    funny... i wanted them louder they dont wake me up
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    Quote Originally Posted by supasteve013 View Post
    funny... i wanted them louder they dont wake me up
    VolumeCare will do the opposite for you!

    Jeff

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