The Finals Best Audio Settings to fix No Sound Bug

If you are a victim of all the audio-related issues revolving around The Finals then this guide is the perfect one for you.

Since the game’s release, alot of the players have been complaining about the lack of audio and audio stuttering issues in the game. Although the fixes are pretty basic, if you are unsure where to start, we are here to help. However, after reading this article, if you still find issues persisting, then you might need to check everything on a hardware level paired with sending the developers a ticket.

The Finals Best Audio Settings to fix No Sound Bug

The Finals Best Audio Settings to Fix No Sound Bug

These are the best Audio settings that we recommend for The Finals.

Best Audio Settings

Master Volume 75
Music Volume 100
SFX 100
Dialogue Volume 100
Output Mode Stereo/Headphones
Night Mode Off
Subtitles On
Subtitle Text Size Small
Subtitle Background Opacity 0
Enable Voice Chat Off
Voice Chat Enabled For All
Mode Push To Talk
Voice Chat Input Device All
Mode Push To Talk
Voice Chat Input Device (Use your Default Device)
Voice Chat Output Device (Use your Default Device)
Voice Chat Output Volume 100

Best Audio Settings for The Finals

Fix The Finals No Sound or Audio

Here are some troubleshooting tips and tricks that you can try to fix The Finals No Sound or Audio Bug.

Proper Sound Output

Often you might find that the primary output automatically switches to the new plugged-in device and because of that, you can’t get the game audio routed through your headphones. To fix that you can

  1. On the lower right corner of the screen find the Speaker Icon
  2. Open the sound settings by right-clicking on it.
  3. You will find a list of audio devices and from that select the output device that you want to use.
  4. Adjust the volume as needed and click on OK.
  5. Restart the game and you will have your audio output on your desired output device i.e. headphones/speakers.

Switch to Wired 3.5mm Headphones

If you are using your Wireless Gaming Headphones then you must first try switching to a 3.5mm Wired one. We are suggesting this specifically because I faced a similar issue with our HyperX Stinger Core Wireless Headphones. All I did was switch to a pair of Wired Headphones and it instantly fixed my problem.

Disable Windows Sonic

You can disable the Windows Sonic because its current state is still buggy and provides no benefit over the already existing audio. To disable it

  1. Go to Start and head over to the Settings Menu
  2. Select System > Sound > Related Settings > Sound Control Panel
  3. Click on the Playback Device and Select Properties
  4. When a new Window opens select Spatial Sound
  5. Turn off The Spatial Sound and click on OK.

Audio Enhancements

Enable the Audio Enhancements if you have disabled it by mistake

  1. Go to Sound Settings
  2. Select the Playback Tab
  3. Click on Properties
  4. Go to Audio Enhancements and turn it on.

Update Audio Drivers

If nothing seems to work for you then you can try updating your Audio Drivers now. But to be honest, you should only reinstall Audio drivers if you face audio issues in all the games and applications. However, if you still want to go ahead with it then head over to your Motherboard manufacturer’s official website and download the latest audio files from there.

If you are using an Audio interface, then head over to that audio interface manufacturer’s website and download the drivers. But we strongly condemn downloading anything off a 3rd Party website as these often contain spyware, viruses, malware or trojans.

So this was all about how to fix the No Sound or Audio Bugs in The Finals.

For more of The Finals, keep an eye on Frondtech. Good luck!

That’s all, folks!

Last Updated on December 11, 2023

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