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Support HTC Desire - Phone Volume Help Needed.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by blisterguy, Aug 26, 2010.

  1. blisterguy

    blisterguy New Member
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    Hi there!

    I'm a brand new HTC Desire user, and on the advice of some friends I've installed Meridian media player and Audiomanager (among other apps, of course). The problem I have is that the minimum volume for media is still too loud for me while listening to music at work. Is there any way I could say, lower the overall volume of the phone? Or is there another audio management app that could help me?

    Secondly, what kind of app can people suggest as an equalizer for adjusting bass/treble etc?

    Many, many thanks in advance!
     

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  2. slippknot

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    mixzing for EQ on music..

    as to volume, yea, i have that same problem too... changing the volume doesn't seem to have any big differences..
     
  3. philarmer

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    Use Mixzing for your music player. It has an EQ and the lowest volume setting is barely audible so won 't disturb anyone else.
     
  4. KlaymenDK

    KlaymenDK Well-Known Member
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  5. philarmer

    philarmer Well-Known Member
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    1. Yes the EQ is just for audio played through MixZing.

    2. Podcasts aren't as yet officially supported in MixZing, however if you put your podcasts in the music folder MixZing should pick them up. Also some people say they can see there podcasts in the MixZing library without moving them.

    Podcasts will be apparently supported at a later date with an update.

    Give the free version a try and have a play about, if it doesn't work how you like you can always uninstall
     
  6. KlaymenDK

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    Thanks for the reply, but my problem is that music from *other* apps is also too loud. I'd like to listen to Last.fm, for example, as background music, and I wouldn't be able to route that through the Mixzing EQ.
     
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