headphone volume issue

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    First off let me say that CM7 is a awesome ROM! The only issue I have and I'm sure it's because I'm just overlooking something is notification volume through the headphones. When I run I usually listen to Pandora or Google music. I use Cardio trainer pro to keep up with my time and distance. I have Cardio trainer set up to notify me every minute and the volume is 100%, but I can barely hear it over the music! When the headphones are unplugged, it sounds normal and I can hear it fine. I tried freezing DSP manager thinking that was the prob but it wasn't. Any ideas what I need to adjust or set? Thanks!!
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    Bump...........:bump:
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    Try going into settings>cyanogen settings>sound and scroll to the bottom. There you'll find settings for notifications when music is playing. Hope this helps.

    sent from my Cyanogenmodded X
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