One Volume To Control Them All
Having two independent volume settings is a pain in the neck.
I hate when a device like a mobile phone or cable box has it's own independent volume control, even when it's connected to another device, such as a speaker, headset, or car radio.
This causes all sorts of problems when the device playing audio has it's volume set too low when it's connected to the target device. For example, if the volume on your mobile phone is set too low, your connected devices such as your car stereo will sound way too low, or even distorted. Most of the time, people don't even realize why their connection sounds so bad unless they notice the volume level on their phone.
The solution is simple, whenever you're connected to HDMI or Bluetooth, the volume level on the source device should be ignored, so the target device (speaker, TV, headset, car stereo, etc), can have complete control. This eliminates the problem entirely. You'll always get the best possible sound.
Joe Crescenzi, Founder
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