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    Limit sound in windows 7

    Is any one aware of a way to limit the volume output on a machine?

    we want to restrict learners so that the volume output is a maximum of 30%

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    If the students have access to the volume control then they will be able to adjust it whatever they want.

    Maybe get some headphones with the volume adjustment on the lead and glue then volume at a set level would do it.

    Impero allows to to enable/disable the sound but not set a limit like this as far as I know.

    What is the issue you have or what is problem to require this ?

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    Because we use youtube as a resource (all our learning is via VLE)
    learners are accessing other youtube channels and playing music full volume.
    I know this is a classroom management issue, but some teachers have a better classroom management technique than others :P
    we have removed the control panel and also volume control from task bar, but our keyboards have volume on them and they turn up and down via that.
    That is why i want to limit rather than mute.
    headphones are definitely a no,no as we do not want to spend all our ICT budget on replacing broken/stolen headphones.

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