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NOTE 4 Bluetooth Audio Will NOT Turn up Loud!!! Direct Cable sounds great

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Bluetooth Audio NOT loud, Dec 2, 2014.

  1. Bluetooth Audio NOT loud

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    OK Guys Please HELP!!! I just bought a NOTE 4 through ATT and a pair of Samsung Level Over Headphones 299.00..... Sounds great connected through 3.5mm direct cable.... However i bought them for the Bluetooth to Note 4 ..... Music will not turn up loud through Bluetooth on any app or even my MP3's..... I have the sound ALL the way turned up oin Bluetooth and System Audio... This sucks.... please tell me a work around or i am returning this crap..... I wanna listen to my tunes at loud level....
     

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    Okay first, if the bluetooth audio sounds very low, it must be a problem with the bluetooth device not amplifying it. There are apps that can make the volume higher than the system's max volume.
     
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    Had an issue where my Jaybird bluetooth wasn't hearing music. I just restarted the phone and it worked fine.
     
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    I agree that one of the devices has a problem (or incompatible Bluetooth between the two, though that seems unlikely). Try the phone with other headphones, and try the headphones with another phone, to see if/where the problem persists, that will help you to determine where the fault lies. If you don't have access to other headphones, it's easy enough to walk in to a Best Buy and pair your phone to one of their bluetooth capable demo soundbars. My wife and I did that several times while we were shopping for a soundbar.

    I don't use headphones, but I regularly connect mine to two different car audio systems and I can get plenty of volume out of both (one of the cars is a convertible, and it's loud enough to hear clearly with the top down at 70 mph). So it's likely not a design problem with the N4, but that doesn't rule out a problem with your specific device.
     

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