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Discussion in 'Music & Media' started by parbosz, Dec 8, 2013.

  1. parbosz

    parbosz Member
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    Hi, when i play my mp3 songs through my headphones, my volume and music quality drops, this happens most of the times, for ex: when im listing to a hiphop song the sound and quality drops and i cant hear good base/beat. My device is ZTE force 4g lte... PLz help.. Im tired of this :'(
    ps. i also tried other music player such as " fusion music player", same thing happens! :/
     



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  2. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    Hi parbosz, I've moved your thread into Android Media, as this is a media and music related issue and we can possibly be of more help here. Any problems PM me..mikedt :)

    What headphones are you using? If it's the earbuds that came with the phone, probably just not capable of good bass...it's a ZTE. Also possibly it can be that the ZTE phone just can't drive your own choice of headphones with sufficient power to deliver good bass and beat while maintaining sound quality, especially if they're low impedance. If it's the latter you'll need to use an outboard headphone amplifier.
     
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  3. BryanBreezy

    BryanBreezy Newbie

    What are the quality of the MP3s? It could be due to the quality of the music itself. Does everything else sound good on your headphones? Also, what kind of headphones do you have? Some headphones don't really deliver in sound quality these days.
     
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  4. parbosz

    parbosz Member
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    The headphones im using right now is " iforgz spectra" HQ stereo type headphones,Its actually very good, i also tried other headphones like the galaxy s3 ones, This problem started to happen like 2 weeks ago, before that it was fine, i don't think its the headphone's problem, and the mp3 are fine too :/
     
  5. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    So your ZTE was ok and is now giving bad sound quality. You could try resetting it to factory defaults, in case it's just acting funky. Failing that it could very well have a fault.
     
  6. argedion

    argedion The TechnoFrog

    Have you checked the sdcard to make sure its nothing with that? generally this is done outside the phone and on a computer. just put your card into your computer and run your disk checking software to make sure the file system is in order and that you don't have a failing card.
     
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  7. JIMV

    JIMV Android Enthusiast

    It sounds like your choice of headphones is a poor match for the device. You have two choices, but a better match in headphones or try a headphone amp.
     
  8. parbosz

    parbosz Member
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    Yea, i am thinking that its my sd card's problem, because i download a lot of things, um by disk checking software, do you mean like disk cleanup for windows 7 or is there a other specific program for disk checking. ... Any links would be healpful :)
     
  9. parbosz

    parbosz Member
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    I wouldnt want to do that yet, first i want to do the disk checking software and if i dont have any other options i will factory reset :eek:.. Thanks though!
     
  10. argedion

    argedion The TechnoFrog

    not disc clean up but chkdsk

    in a command window (DOS)
    type chkdsk x: /f
    replace x with the actual drive letter.
     
  11. parbosz

    parbosz Member
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    Thanks :D , I'll update if anything happens!!
     
  12. parbosz

    parbosz Member
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    Oh sry for late reply but i did the disk cleanup thing and it said that it was fine ... also someone told me to get VLC player and that fixed my problem.:)
     
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