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Old December 1st, 2011, 12:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Transformer with root, is there any way to increase the speaker and/or headphone volume, I'm primarily concerned with the headphone volume. Thanks for the information in advance.

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Voodoo seams to work well. Any other ideas from anyone?
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A search of "volume boost" in the market brings up several options, but many (most?) of them seem to be device specific, so some research would need to be done.
Personally I've not tried any of them, never actually used a headset with the TF. As close as I've come is plugging it in to some PC speakers to get decent sound while I was watching a movie. They were powered speakers so I didn't have any problem getting enough volume.
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A search of "volume boost" in the market brings up several options, but many (most?) of them seem to be device specific, so some research would need to be done.
Personally I've not tried any of them, never actually used a headset with the TF. As close as I've come is plugging it in to some PC speakers to get decent sound while I was watching a movie. They were powered speakers so I didn't have any problem getting enough volume.
Thanks for the tips. I had tried several of the market apps, Volume+, equalizer. Some worked ok, but not a significant increase in volume.
I fly a lot for the military and even with noise cancelling headphones i was having a hard time hearing the dialog while watching a movie. The VooDoo thing seemed to help but i wont know how much until i fly again, lol.
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VooDoo is about the best out there, I have tried several different ones myself and none work as well as it. It gives a rather large boost to the headphones. I myself have a good set of bose quietcomforts 3 but they are expensive and a lot of people do not like the full ear styles as I do for it drowns out most of the sounds around you and I find it gives me a way better listening experience than a set of ear buds.
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