How to Fix ‘Spotify Randomly Lowering Sound’ on Windows 10?

Spotify is one of the best digital podcasts, video, and music streaming service applications in its segment. It offers you a million songs and different content worldwide. But most users reported that when they are using Spotify, their volume suddenly goes lower while playing a song and majority cases in Windows 10. So, if you are also troubling with this issue, then here are the directions are given below and make sure to read them carefully.

Sources :- Spotify Randomly Lowering Sound’ on Windows 10

Turn off Volume Normalization

  1. Firstly, launch the app of Spotify UWP and select the horizontal ellipsis menu icon at the upper left side of the screen.
  2. After that, reach the freshly shown context menu and select the ‘Edit’ button.
  3. Then, select the Preferences option on the lower side of the screen.
  4. After reaching into the menu of Settings of Spotify, move down to the section of Music Quality and switch the toggle of ‘Normalize volume – Set the same volume level for all songs.’
  5. Now, reboot the Spotify application and check whether the problem has been fixed or not.

Turn off Volume Adjustment While Communications

  1. Hold the Windows and R buttons altogether over the keyboard to invoke the Run section.
  2. Thereafter, input ‘control’ into it and hit the Enter key to invoke the classic Control Panel interface.
  3. After reaching the Control Panel, type ‘sound’ into it and select the OK button to show the results.
  4. Then select the Sound option within the results.
  5. Go to the Sound screen and choose the section of Communications via the three-dotted menu buttons.
  6. In the section of Communications, modify the standard behavior for “When Windows detects communications activity” to Do Nothing.
  7. Now, click on the Apply button to store the changes and then reboot the system.
  8. After completing the next startup, launch the Spotify application and check whether the automatic volume adjustment has fixed.

Turn off Sound Enhancements

  1. Hold the Windows and R buttons altogether over the keyboard to invoke the Run section.
  2. Thereafter, input ‘control’ into it and hit the Enter key to invoke the classic Control Panel interface.
  3. After reaching the Control Panel, type ‘sound’ into it and select the OK button to show the results.
  4. Once you reach the Sound page, ensure that the section of Playback is chosen, the reach the playback device and right-click on it.
  5. Afterward, click on the Properties option within the context menu.
  6. Go to the Properties page of the playback device, click on the section of Enhancement then mark the ‘Disable all enhancements’ box.
  7. Now, click on the Apply button to store the changes and then reboot the system.
  8. After completing the next startup, launch the Spotify application and check whether the automatic volume adjustment has fixed.

Update Firefox or Move Away from it

  1. Firstly, invoke the Firefox browser and select the hamburger menu icon at the upper right side of the window.
  2. Then extend the section of Help and select the About Firefox option.
  3. Once you reach the menu of ‘About Mozilla Firefox’ and select the option of ‘Restart to update Firefox.’
  4. Once you finish the update and the browser reboots, confirm whether the problem has been solved by launch the Spotify web version again.

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