Need to unmute speaker, if it is mute with Python Script in Windows 10

I need to create a script in python to unmute speaker, if it is mute.

The Scripts will check if speaker is in mute, if it is in mute than it will unmute it.
If it is unmuted already, than it shouldn’t do anything.

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I would imagine it might be easier to use something like PowerShell Cmdlets.

I didn’t test the Cmdlets but it looks easy enough to get and set the default audio device mute state.

Anyway, if you try searching for this question there seems to be a lot of options (and various helper libs, like pycaw for example).

Thank you very much ‘lasjorg’
however i am unable to complete the said task with pycaw. Can you please help me, how we can do it in Spyder (python3.8). I am using Anaconda3

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