Why Is My MacBook Air Volume Low In use.

Hi, guys, and on this topic, I want to talk about the reasons why your MacBook air is having a low volume problem while in use. There is a variety of reasons that may cause this,  I’m going to show you  3  common and important ones and how to fix them real quick and get your MacBook back working properly.

It is terrible, and this is even common MacBook air, I know how frustrating its when dealing with such a situation,  so, here is the reason why a MacBook air might go silent and what to do.

Why Is My MacBook Air Volume low in use?

 1.1) Did you have the volume set to (Low volume level )?

 2.2)  Interference from nearby WiFi signals or Bluetooth devices can also cause this. 

3.3) Is the  3D video playback is enabled?

Those are the 3 common reasons why your MacBook air goes silent and here are the easy tips and guides  I use to fix my laptop, you can use them to fix these problems too whenever if they arise.

How to fix Common MacBook Low Volume Problem

Try this out, follow these easy tips whenever you are having low volume this stated happening to your  MacBook.

  1.1)  Did you have the volume set to Low?

The first and obvious thing you want to do is find out if the volume is set right and also to know whether it’s intentional or not the laptop is in low volume mode because if that is the case,  it will make your laptop mute and lead to a quiet audio output.

So,  check and try increasing the volume and see if the problem is solved,  does that solve the low volume problem on your MacBook?   if the problem continues,  then it might be the Interference from nearby WiFi signals or Bluetooth devices around your laptop, so let’s try the second tip here.

2.2)  Interference from nearby WiFi signals or Bluetooth devices can also cause this.

Your MacBook air   low volume problem might be due to the  interference from nearby WiFi signals or Bluetooth devices in close proximity to  your laptop speakers,  this is tricky, but your MacBook might go silent and  you may not hear anything coming out

  Solution

So here is the solution here for it here,  to rid this bad distortion experience.  The one thing you want  to do  away from any nearby WiFi signals or Bluetooth devices in close proximity  and to the  laptop speakers, and see if  that  stop  the interference, it  the  problem  still persist, then it mighty due  to   the  3D video playback being enabled, so let’s try the  last  here

3.3) Is the 3D video playback is enabled?

One more thing that might cause your  MacBook air  lo0w volume issue is f the 3D video playback is enabled, which may make the volume level go down.

So, when watching videos with headphones plugged in,  it can cause audio block and make you unable to hear anything.

Solution

How to increase MacBook Air volume level by disabling 3D video playback

Here is the solution to increasing your MacBook air volume from low can be done following this step.

  • Go to System Preferences
  •  then click  Sound
  •  Go to Output and uncheck  the 3D video
  • Then click apply changes by pressing the Ok button at the bottom right corner of your MacBook, hope that solves the problem.

Final thought

There you have the 3 common  MacBook air volume problems and how to fix them and make your laptop loud again.

Did you find any value in this article?   hope this post helps you and if you have any question comment or anything concerning this topic please feel free to leave them in the comment section below. If this post helps you please share it with others thanks.

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