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Volume in both the ear phones (l & R) is not same for HPM-85

The volume in the right speaker of my sony ericcsson HPM-85 head set is less than that of left speaker

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  • Hema Chandra Reddy
    Hema Chandra Reddy Dec 28, 2008

    Hi tragicguy

    thanks a lot for the solution. i really appreciate your effort for trying to solve the problem. i tried doing all that you said already. so its not a problem with my system settings or my phone settings . And i checked interchanging the headphones direction also it was of no use. i think there is some technical problem with the hardware itselves. So i am gonna open it up and check if all the paths are offering same conductance. Hope its gonna work...

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Well u cud go to ur volume control settings or windows media player and check if they r all balanced(u will know what i mean wen u gt there).The cursor shud be in the middle of the whole bar.............Thats all i gt...gud luck. I cant gaurantee that this will work but i am always happy to offer sum small help. :}

And if evrytin is hopelesss........man this might be way off.............but ur ears may be a little less sensitive.try checking the right side wit ur left ear and the same 4 the other........XD.....sorry if i kind of spoooked u.


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