The HomePod and HomePod mini speakers are designed to automatically adjust the volume of the Siri virtual assistant based on the ambient sounds, but you can completely adjust the volume of Siri separately from the music player running. In the article below, we will guide some of the commands you need to specifically adjust the volume of Siri.
How to change the volume of Siri on the HomePod
On the HomePod or the HomePod mini, you can ask Siri to set a fixed volume level, which is a separate adjustment from the media player.
To do this, say “Hey Siri, change your volume to [số phần trăm]”, Or command a different way as long as Siri can understand it.
For example, if you tell Siri to set the volume level to 34%, it will adjust even though the music volume stays the same. Siri can be forced to speak louder or lower than the volume of the music that is playing.
Change the volume of music on the HomePod
You can adjust the volume of media content with the same command, and this will increase or decrease the volume of the music without changing the volume of Siri.
To change the volume of the media content, say “Hey Siri, change the media volume to [phần trăm]”.
The volume of the music can be adjusted using the + or – buttons above the HomePod or via a connected iPhone / iPad. However, adjusting the volume of Siri requires a command.
Attention: Lots of users report that Siri’s volume doesn’t stay the same as on-demand forever, it will revert to default auto level about some time after it has been played on request. Unfortunately, there is no way to fix this at this time.
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