First check to see if you have a 'stereo mix' option available. Sometimes they are 'hidden' and you can turn them on from your sound card's 'properties' window.
Right click on the speaker icon (usually at the bottom right of your monitor screen)
If you do not see a 'stereo mix' option here, right click within the window and select 'show disabled devices' and 'show disconnected devices' from the popup menu that appears.
Note: if 'stereo mix shows in the list but says 'disabled', right click on it and select 'enable' from the menu that appears.
Click on the 'stereo mix' selection, then click on the 'set as default' button. Now click the 'apply' button. Note that setting your stereo mix as the default recording device is not usually necessary, and the stereo mix selection should be available within Paltalk once is 'enabled'.
Click on 'stereo mix' to select it, then click on the 'properties' button.
When the stereo mix properties window opens, click on the 'advanced' tab.
Select 2 channel, 16 or 24 bit, 48000Hz from the drop down menu.
You can use either 16 or 24 bit, but the important thing is 48000Hz.
Click on the 'apply' button on the properties window when you are finished.
Click on 'video and audio' on the left side of the settings window.
Now try joining some rooms. You should be able to use a media player to play music for the people in the room, and should be heard clearly. Hold down the microphone icon in the room while you are playing music. You may want to 'lock' the mic down, then release it when you are finished.
If others say your audio is too low or too loud, first try adjusting the volume on your media player app (if it has one). If not, you can adjust the volume within Windows recording device properties.
Go back to the recording device control panel and select 'stereo mix'. Now click on the 'properties' button at the lower right.
Now select the 'levels' tab on the properties window. Slide the volume slider to the right to increase the volume level. Slide it to the left to decrease the level.