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I have some movies that they have low sound volume , thus I'm looking for a Media Player that increase the sound volume by itself.
Would be OK if you introduced me the Media Player that could do it? ;)

BTW : I have win 7 x64

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A few similar/duplicate questions to look at:… .… . – outsideblasts Mar 15 '10 at 20:05
Well, You're right. Sorry for that. – Mohammad Dayyan Mar 16 '10 at 13:48
up vote 1 down vote accepted

VLC increases the sound of the video up to 200%

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Can't we do it with Windows Media Player? – Mohammad Dayyan Mar 16 '10 at 8:44
no,windows media player doesn't do that – Mahmoud Hossam Mar 16 '10 at 11:13
BTW: As I realized; we can increase the volume sound with VLC up to 400%. Use middle button of the mouse and roll it. – Mohammad Dayyan Mar 16 '10 at 13:41
WMP is lame (not the mp3 encoder!). A quick comment by yours truly; you need to realize that the M$ junk really is just gimmick software. Once you get to know the computer you realize that you can get along just fine if not better without the M$ junk! Anyways basically use VLC! – anon31097 Mar 19 '10 at 17:47
@Phobia: anytime you amplify the sound volume in software, you run the risk of overload (aka clipping), which is pretty solidly a decrease in quality. the better-quality option is to hook up your audio to some external amplifier and turn up the volume there. – quack quixote Mar 19 '10 at 18:28

I've found a Plugin for Windows Media Player for increasing sound volume.
DFX Audio Enhancement
It sounds better than VLC ;)

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