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Old November 20th, 2009, 04:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has any1 else had any problems using an auxiliary audio cable to connect their droid to their radio in their car? I have been trying it out the last few days and have noticed "crackling" in the left speakers. If i fiddle with the Aux cable that plugs into the phone it clears up. But as soon as I let go its back. Has any1 else had this problem? Is the only fix to return the phone?

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Old November 20th, 2009, 04:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Has any1 else had any problems using an auxiliary audio cable to connect their droid to their radio in their car? I have been trying it out the last few days and have noticed "crackling" in the left speakers. If i fiddle with the Aux cable that plugs into the phone it clears up. But as soon as I let go its back. Has any1 else had this problem? Is the only fix to return the phone?

I have a 39/09 btw.
There's a thread about this, actually. A lot of people have been experiencing the same problem. I don't think the underlying problem has been determined yet, but it seems to be rectified by lowering the volume on the Droid and using the volume control on the external device.
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Great, thank you for the tip. Ill try that out.
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Vincent is right it worked for me by lowering the media volume on the droid down by 1 level. Although it would be nice that you did not have to do that. I wonder if they will make an app to automatically adjust aux ouput settings depending on the device you are outputing to.
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Even I was facing the same problem and I think most of us were having this issue but lowering the media volume was the solution I was looking for. It has solved my problem and now I can hear clear sound coming from the speakers.
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Old July 21st, 2010, 08:23 AM   #6 (permalink)
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