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Same exact problem as reported here: No volume below 80% in 12.04 LTS. Fine before with 11.10

Also seem to be same as: Volume range is narrow in 12.04

No answer of any kind has been forthcoming. I've been using Linux for at least 16 years, but I can't figure this one out.

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Can you try changing some settings with pavucontrol?: apt.ubuntu.com/p/pavucontrol –  desgua May 6 '12 at 23:17
    
Will do, and respond. –  Josip May 7 '12 at 2:45
    
Pavucontrol shows the same thing as the sound settings, only labeled more explicitly. There are lines at 0%, 66%, and 100%. The section from 0-66% is labeled as "silence." The section starting at 66% is labeled "base." The section from 100% is labeled "100% (0dB)." Whereas in the sound settings, the first section is unlabeled, the second is labeled "unamplified," and the last is labeled "100%." –  Josip May 7 '12 at 16:47
    
When comparing either of these to the settings shown on Alsamixer, the latter shows 0 volume all the way through 0-66% on Pavucontrol and sound settings. Once the slider is set higher than 66%, Alsamixer begins to show volume between 1-100%. Headphone, speaker, and PCM are all at 100% in Alsamixer. –  Josip May 7 '12 at 16:47
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