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    Having a maximum decibel setting integrated into the Twitch video player would help when moving between channels. As most know, the volume difference between streamers can be enormous. Who hasn't loaded up a channel and had their ears blasted? This setting would cap the output on volume to help decrease the chances of "RIP ears" in chat.