VOLUME CONTROL revisited.
Playing a bit on the volume control and this is how I understood it (for now):
In the LH device control panel, under output volume control we have two volume slider:
The Master (Volume Buttons) and Analogue1 & 2 (System Volume Left and Right).
When plugging your GO, Master Volume (Volume Buttons) are set to MAX (Bitperfect?).
Analogue 1 & 2 acquires volume settings from OS.
When touching Volume Buttons to adjust ((Bulging button is Volume UP),
GO sets to value of Master (hence blasting your ears since it sets to MAX (Bitperfect?)).
Reducing Master Volume from Control Panel (in my case, half) will eliminate this problem.
But my general advice is: Don't touch the Volume Buttons. Use OS/Application Volume..
When moving slider of OS System Volume to adjust, GO sets to value of Analogue 1 & 2
Remember, removing and replugging GO will reset Master Volume to MAX.
Note: I'm saying MAX(Bitperfect?), because when you slide Master Volume all the way up the the value is Greyed out.
Larry was saying before about setting volume to Max to achieve Bitperfect. I am not sure.
You could also disable Master, Analogue 1 & 2 volume by clicking Volume Icon.
Disabling Master Volume will revert to MAX(Bitperfect?).
Or set Analogue 1 (Left) or Analogue 2 (Right) values by clicking the Link Button and slide the desired values.
Edited by m-i-c-k-e-y - 5/20/14 at 4:58am