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Is it possible to individually control alexa voice and music volume level?


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Dec 30, 2016
I'm using an Echo Dot, the problem is when i set the music volume to 3, I can hear the music loud and clear but when i ask something to her, her voice is so low that i have to increase the volume to 5 to hear clearly. And after that when i play music it's so loud!.

So is there anyway to separately set the volume?



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Nov 2, 2022
Have they added this feature yet? It seems to be a very important one, and I’m surprised Alexa doesn’t have it. I use Google Home, and it allows such differentiation.
It’s really useful because sometimes I don’t want the music to be loud but still want to hear what the speaker says clearly. The smart speaker controls all the Vont smart remotely controlled plugs in my house, and I want to know if something happens to one of the plugs. And I also want the speaker to react to my commands as fast as possible.
I recently thought about switching to Alexa, but it looks like I will still have to wait.

Jason Good

Feb 6, 2023
I've had the same issue with my Echo Dot before. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem like there's a way to control the Alexa voice and music volume levels separately. But don't worry, there's a workaround! You can set the overall volume to a comfortable level and then use voice commands to adjust the volume. For example, you can say "Alexa, volume 5" or "Alexa, volume down/up." This way, you won't have to manually adjust the volume every time you switch between music and asking Alexa questions.
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