Sound very low, suspend fixes it?!

Hey! I’ve recently installed manjaro on a hp omen 25l. The sound is way lower than it`s supposed to be on max volume, on all computer ports, no matter the device (speakers, headphones). When I plug in the speakers to the monitor port (Nvidia High Definition) the volume goes back to normal.

Strangely enough, after systemctl suspend, eveything works perfectly. What does the suspend fix, and how do I replicate it?
I’ve searched all over the internet, but can’t find any similar issues…

And yes, I have tried messing with alsamixer and pavucontrol and stuff…

I solved this a few days ago and decided to post here, in case anyone has the same problem.
options snd-hda-intel model=generic
to /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf gave me MUCH better sound.
(Although I have no idea why this fixed it.)

I’m not sure if its the same volume as on windows, but it’s way better. And over amplification gets me to more volume than I would ever need.

P.S. (If it works)
If you hear a crackling noise after a few seconds with no sound playing, try adding this as well:
options snd-hda-intel power_save=0

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