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Old February 19th, 2009, 07:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I find the volume of my mp3 too low sometimes... and couldn't find any equalizer or similar app in android market.

Does anyone know of any app that could turn up the volume, pls?

I know there are all that compliance and FCC stuff also about health care, etc.

But it's just that some mp3s are really on a too low volume =(

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Unfortunately for us the G1's volume is just plain WEAK and I don't know if there is any hope of it being louder. My wife has a cheapo Sprint flip phone and it's music playback is about TWICE as loud as my G1 !!! This and the missing headphone jack were true misses on HTC / T-Mobile's part
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Yeah... it sucks and I'm still waiting for the a2dp update so I can use my bluetooth stereo h'dphones...

About the volume I'm thinking about downloading a software for making the files louder... don't know if it'll work...

Dude, when I think about all the work for converting each one of the files it makes me slacking living =|


gonna try it anyways
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Old February 26th, 2009, 07:04 AM   #4 (permalink)
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If you want software to make your MP3's louder, then I suggest getting Audacity from http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

It's free, opensource and works very well with increasing volume, EQ, adding effects etc
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I agree, and am probably going to buy/build something like this..


http://tangentsoft.net/audio/cmoy-tutorial/

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There's a program on the develops site to do this its made by Meltus but, you have to be rooted
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Hi,

As I'm over 50 ish, the volume on most players is too low, I sorted it by buying an FiiO amplifier off e-bay, takes one AAA battery, and costs approx 10-00 GBP worth every penny of it.
It's about half the size of a matchbox with 3,5mm in and out

Upside> I can now hear it.
I have to turn the vol down on the phone/player this conserves the players battery.

Downside> more to carry about.
Theres some noise between tracks as it's a class B amp [runs flat out]

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The volume on mine is perfectly fine when I'm using earbuds, but really low when trying to play it through a boombox type of music player.
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My biggest issue with boosting volume is battery drain.
I tend to have my most annoying volume issues when I'm listening to podcast or when I'm out on the motorbike.

FiiO E6
I picked up one of these little guys. IMO for it's far superior then any other option.
I can keep my phones volume lower and still get superior volume and quality.
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