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    Junior Member Private Comrade1976's Avatar
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    Has anyone else experienced extremely LOUD melee audio in NTW? I understand wars are a noisy thing but it makes it impossible to zoom in when your speakers start cracking. The audio is normal is all other aspects except during hand to hand clashes.
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    That's not something I can ever remember experiencing.

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    Yeah! Its very strange and this is the only total war game I've had this in. Its just a massive audio spike when i zoom in to view melee combat.........
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    I did not think it too loud. Don't all the Total War games have the same audio hight?

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    I have this exact problem! Every time I zoom in over infantry melee the shouts and yells are way too loud, can't hover around for too long before it causes irritation. The only option to lower it is in the effects tab and unfortunately everything else you can hear comes under that as well, so I end up with zero sound.

    I was wondering if it has anything to do with darth mod? Do you use that as well? I don't remember it being an issue on original napoleon.
    Last edited by Coinoperated; 07-13-2015 at 02:26 AM.

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