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If you press the up or down volume buttons on the back right of the tablet on the bike there will be a pop up on the screen with three options - original mix, more music, more instructor. If you pick the second or third they will turn up the music relative to the instructors or vice versa. This feature isn't available on the app when you're not using the bike.
 

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If you press the up or down volume buttons on the back right of the tablet on the bike there will be a pop up on the screen with three options - original mix, more music, more instructor. If you pick the second or third they will turn up the music relative to the instructors or vice versa. This feature isn't available on the app when you're not using the bike.
When I hit the vole button, I just get one overall volume setting. What do I need to do to get three options?
 

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SO DISTRACTING. I just subscribed, was really looking forward to these classes. The music is so loud, the instructors are shouting. Really unpleasant altogether. I didnt last more then a few minutes. Even if its a flow and upbeat practice it should still be able to put you in a relax mood. Really dissapointed
 

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A couple of months ago I found the settings to change the instructors volume relative to the music (I have a hard time hearing the instructor during bike classes) and set the instructor volume higher. But not long after that the option to set these independently seemed to disappear from my bike. I wonder if a firmware upgrade removed it? Reason I say this is because when I had the setting I was not in any class - it wasn't tied to one. It was just in the settings for the volume. I don't know if it only applied to certain classes (newer ones, for example) but the setting itself was independent of any class. Now the setting is gone.
 

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A couple of months ago I found the settings to change the instructors volume relative to the music (I have a hard time hearing the instructor during bike classes) and set the instructor volume higher. But not long after that the option to set these independently seemed to disappear from my bike. I wonder if a firmware upgrade removed it? Reason I say this is because when I had the setting I was not in any class - it wasn't tied to one. It was just in the settings for the volume. I don't know if it only applied to certain classes (newer ones, for example) but the setting itself was independent of any class. Now the setting is gone.
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Although things seem to have changed since I first found independent volume settings for the instructor's voice and music, I found that what someone else wrote, above, seems correct (for bike classes at least). I checked on my next ride and found that if I used the side of the Peloton's tablet's volume buttons, while in a bike class (and this was one recorded a few days ago), it presented me with a small window that allows selections to make music louder than the instructor, leave the balance of music/instructor at the default, and make the instructor louder than the music. You cannot set how much louder one is than the other (there is no "slider" to move, just a button to select) but you can at least enhance one over the other if you want to. Someone above mentioned that this may only be available for newer recorded classes. I have not verified that so that's possibly true. But at least some, if not all, recently recorded classes have this feature available. But you can only access it, at this time, via the physical volume buttons on the side of the Peloton tablet. Not within the sound settings in the settings menu on-screen. Also, this pop-up window was not present after my class had finished and I was back at the main menu again. It was only present while I was in the bike class.
 
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