I don’t want bland music, but the regulated output should be a more narrow range. When I am at my desk listening to Pandora through remote speakers with full range, I never have to adjust volume levels once I have set the general loudness level I want.
If there is a way to address this, I’d love to know how.
Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be any support within the Alexa settings to address this currently.
Hopefully this will be addressed in the future!
is quite a frustrating area because not all music, whether music audio (Amazon Music or others) or music video (Youtube or others) are recorded at the same audio sound level. Not sure about games since I don’t play them.
So you might play a song by Bruno Mars which sounds great to you but then the next song, let us say by The Rolling Stones is sounding at a lower level. Audio recording technology has advanced from the time of those music artists in the ’60s or ’70s.
Two music artists that are from different decades of the music industry which recorded their songs differently from each other.
The same goes for music videos due to so many kinds of video formats. Movies are horrible with sound level differences from those on Netflix to those on Amazon Prime Video. Why? It all depends on how their audio was recorded due to HD format, SD (standard) format, and many other formats. Until all these industries set a standard for a set audio format it will always be different no matter how you set your Alexa device volume setting.
I watch movies all the time and I have to adjust the sound level up or down depending where I’m streaming the movie from.
Now you know why there are volume controls on TVs, DVD players, audio amplifier equipment, etc.