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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by evilcruze, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. evilcruze

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    Hey Guys.

    I have a HTC Desire HD. I have connected the phone to my Onkyo Receiver with a 3.5mm headphone jack and RCA(L&R) cable. This is to play Mp3 on my phone thru the receiver, when connected the volume seems to drop down and i have to crank up the receiver volume to get the desired effect. whats the solution to this problem coz i have most of my music on the phone. Will the Mini USB and 3.5mm cable help? Cheers.
     

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    Welcome to AF! :)

    I take it the headphone volume on the phone is up to full? (Sorry if that seems like an obvious question).

    The external speaker is known to be pretty poor, but normally headphone/3.5m speaker volume is fine.
     
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    Thanx,
    yes the headphone volume if upto full and the volume is fine when i am using a headphone. Can i use mini usb and 3.5mm cable to connect it to the receiver?
     
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    The only audio output is the headphone jack, unless you can mount the phone as a disk drive to the receiver and browse the music/playlists on the phone via the receiver?
     

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