So i just noticed I hear a little rattle in my earpiece like something has broken off or is not secure. When I tap on it I hear it everytime. Ive read reports of buzzy speakers but I just figured the volume was up too high(this speaker gets loud!). This could be a culprit.
Hi everybody, I'm new to electronics and hoping to build a simple circuit that can generate a loud "beep beep"or "ticking bomb" sound ( or anything like that) - the sound would be on/off for 0.3s interval. I have found sth on instructable for this, however, the sound is not loud enough (Used 10W speaker).
have anyone noticed that the notification sound for sms, email etc is too loud when on low volume settings, but whats weird is when you PREVIEW the sound it IS low like normal, but when its actually used it rings loud...again all sound options are set to low so its not that i have not lowered all 4 sound levers
When I first got my phone music and youtube videos were really loud with the built in speakers. So much so that I had to turn the volume down a little bit for comfort. Now when I make sound it starts out very loud but quickly softens drastically. Like something is trying to auto normalize the sound to a much lower volume.
Is there any app or something similar that would help lowering the earpiece volume?
First of all, it really hurts my ears and second, I feel like im using the loud speaker all the time! Everybody can hear my conversation which is effing annoying!
I've disabled Clear Phase and xLOUD, but it seems that after every reboot, they still appear checked..
Hi, last night I was watching the Glastonbury stream through the BBC Radio iPlayer app using a very loud portable Minirig speaker (wired using aux to aux) all on my new Samsung Galaxy S4. I was very disappointed to find that at full volume it was only just borderline loud.