In October of 2017, I posted my objective observation that the volume levels on the Aspire training videos were VERY low, far lower then any other videos I have ever encountered. They require me to turn up my volume to maximum, and then when the next time a Windows tone is created, or a different video comes on (if I am watching on YouTube), the volume blasts me out of my socks.
From all of the new comments, it is clear that my opinion that the volume was too low is in fact shared by others. I hope they fix this, the sooner the better!
From: Adam Moran (Vectric Ltd.) To: Chuck Keysor
Oct 25, 2017 08:21 WEST
Thank you for your feedback: I will pass it along to the people in charge of the videos.
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From: Charles Keysor To: Aspire/Vectric Support
Oct 24, 2017 18:22 WEST
Hello Aspire/Vectric Support:
I would like to point out the fact that the audio levels of your training videos are far too low. To listen to your videos, I have to crank my external audio amplifier gain to maximum. Then system tones, or anything else I listen to blasts, until I turn the level on my amplifier way back down.
I posted this on the Aspire user forum yesterday, and it was confirmed to my satisfaction that the problem lies in the audio tracks of your training videos. Is this an earthshaking problem? Maybe not, but this is totally easy to fix for whomever has the original video/audio files.
I hope you can look at my post on the forum. I love your training videos in all other regards!
Thank you, Chuck!