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General Bluetooth volume output

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by westwriter, Jan 11, 2014.

  1. westwriter

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    Hello. I am having an issue with my Galaxy S4's bluetooth output. It is so overpowering that when connected to my car stereo, it is too loud and phone conversations appear muffled or over modulated. Bluetooth music playback is fine, however. Any possible fixes appreciated
     

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    Turn down the volume on one or both of the devices?
     
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    Pretty sure I thought of that already, thanks
     
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    Only "pretty" sure? j/k I always start with the obvious, then work from there. The phone outputs only one bluetooth volume at a time, regardless of the source, as far as I know. Unless your car system has some sort of constant volume setting (self-adjusts based on the input volume), I think you're stuck with my first suggestion.

    Good luck, and report back if the car system solves the problem.
     

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