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Controller Audio Bug from 3.5mm jack

3 years 8 months ago #1 by Robert Simpson
-Using Sony Dongle.
-Using 3.5mm headphone Jack in the controller.
-Using Windows 10 Home Ver "10.0.14393 Build 14393"
The audio from the controller works fine until the controller receives input or a macro is executed. The volume changes from the windows volume level to the level set in the input mapper software. Any way to change it so that it maintains windows volume level? It's much more convenient to set the volume from the dial on my keyboard rather than to have to go into the IM software and change it.
-When using the Sony Dongle controller shortcuts do not work such as the "options+PS button" to turn off the controller.

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3 years 8 months ago #2 by Wobbles
Its not a bug, well not exactly, fact is that the Windows volume level really cluster F***s everything up because the audio data packets were designed to have their own volume built into it. The Windows audio also affecting it is just a result of the DS4's attempt to shim audio functionality in when not exactly designed for it from the ground up. If windows broadcasted a Windows message or event when the system volume is changed then I could "hack" it in. But since it doesn't the in-app volume settings should be what you use.

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