Many MacBook Pro users are facing a low sound volume problem on their MacBook devices. I have encountered the same problem, and after a lot of research, I came to know the reason and solution of this issue.
So let’s check below to know more about this issue and fix it.
Why Sound Volume is Too Low on Your MacBook Pro?
If you are using the MacBook Pro, various kinds of problems can impact the sound volume of your device. Here, I have mentioned some of the crucial reasons behind this cause.
1. Speaker Problems
If your device has any kind of speaker issue, then this problem can arrive in your MacBook device, and in that case, you have to checkout your device speaker immediately.
2. Software Related Problems
Sometimes software-related issues can cause sound problems for your MacBook device. And there might be some possibility that some apps are conflicting with your speaker settings.
And to fix this issue, just reset the NVRAM/PRAM, and in the below section, I have explained how to do that.
3. NVRAM/ PRAM based Problems
The term NVRAM stands for Non Volatile Random Access Memory, and PRAM stands for Parameter Random Access Memory.
Your Mac device stores specific settings in a particular memory area known as NVRAM, and on PowerPC-based Macs, this is stored in a memory known as PRAM.
Some essential information such as speaker volume, screen resolution, startup disk selection, and kernel panic was stored on your NVRAM or PRAM.
So, if any problem arrives in your system pc regarding these things, it can bring the volume issue for your Macbook Pro device.
There is only one solution to this, which is resetting the NVRAM/ PRAM.
Fixing the Problem [Resetting NVRAM/ PRAM]
Follow the steps to solve your Sound Volume Too Low on MacBook Pro.
- Step 1: Shut down your MacBook Pro Device.
- Step 2: Now locate the keys on your device- command, Option, P, and R (Don’t press these keys right now)
- Step 3: Now, turn on your computer.
- Step 4: Now, press and hold the Command, Option, P, and R before the grey screen appear.
- Step 5: Hold the keys down until the computer restarts, and you hear the startup sound for the second time.
- Step 6: Finally, release the keys.
By following all of these steps, you can reset the NVRAM and PRAM on your device, and after doing that, your issue will be solved.