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Loudness My speakers are no longer half as loud as they were when purchased . iPod volume is up. Any ideas

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How do I change silent from on to off so phone rings when I get a call?


On the D1680, D1481, and similar phones,
the three levels of ringer loudness plus
"off " are set at the base using the same
[ - ] Volume [ + ] buttons used to adjust
the answering machine message volume.

Pushing the [ + ] and [ - ] keys will
set the ringer to be louder or softer. A
number in the "message counter display"
will report the relative loudness...pushing
[ - ] below level-1 loudness will show
"0" loudness and an announcement of
"Ringer off" will be spoken. From here,
a single push of [ + ] will turn the ringer
on to level-1 and play a ~10 second
sample of the ringer at that volume:
while it is playing the sample ring,
subsequent pushes of [ + ] or [ - ]
will toggle the loudness levels of
( off, 1, 2, 3 ).

Good luck!

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How to increase speaker volume


These phones are notorious for this problem and there is no speaker volume control - sorry

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How do I enhance my Asus PadFone X mini speaker loudness?


Look for a program called Sound Booster or one called DFX. DFX is my favorite because it not only boosts the volume, but lets you add other effects to enhance you sound as well. There is a free version. but to get all the effects you have to upgrade to the paid. If audio is important to you, check it out.

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How can I increase the loudness of the CDs burned on the internal CD-RW drive?


You can use a free software audio editing and recording program called Audacity. Using this program load your stereo track(s) into Audacity, then look in the effects menu and select normalize. Make sure to set highest loudness level to 0 db, which is the maximum digital volume level. You can hear the difference in volume when you use the test button. If you can't still get enough over all volume level with the normalize feature then you will need to compress and limit the stereo track, but I don't suggest getting your over all loudness levels that high because it ruins and lowers the dynamics of your music. Another words when you compress and boost the over all loudness of your album then all your music is at the same highest audio level which is very ear fatiguing. It may sound better to you at first at louder volume levels but you will quickly learn to hate it over time because it does not sound natural. That is why most music today is all about loudness and ear fatigue. And because of the loudness wars going on today every Record company is trying to have the loudest album out there thinking it will sell more copies. It is all false baloney, it really should be about the quality and dynamics of your sound instead of how loud it is.

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I lost some settings in the volume menu and sub volume


did you blow a fuse, or did you blow out your speakers.

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Yesterday i have bought a brand new CD 740 A and 650 C. Both the things where fixed with Bose AM5. It sounds really good. when the volume is increased more than half, the loudness too increases. is there...


Please note that you volume control increases in a logarithmic scale, in simple words it increases in a doubling scale eg: 2,4,8,16,32,64------------. So if your half volume is 16watts per channel the next increase is 32 and the next 64 so on. So don't be surprised if after half volume it suddenly starts getting very loud. There is nothing you can do about it.

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On my toshiba n305 notebook speaker sound is barely audible even at highest volume level. it is fine with earphones. tried everything. is it designed that way or something can be done? thanks


If you're on Vista/Windows 7, follow these instructions to enable Loudness Equalization. This significantly boosted the volume of my laptop speakers.
Start Menu -> Control Panel -> Hardware and Sound -> Sound
Double click on your default sound device (it will have a green check on its icon). Go to the Enhancements tab. Check Loudness Equalization, and hit apply. That should boost up any super-quiet noises.

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E528 volume controls are at max, but sound is low. Please help.


Check your headphone output and check if the volume is the same. If the volume is good, then there's a possibility that the speakers are bad.

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Built in speakers no longer work


we had the same unint in our store with the same problem.
the cause was a manufactior defect.
a heatsink was shorting to a electroletic capasitor on the main audio amp.
fix was to isolate with a non cunductive plastic over the capasitor causing the short.
hop this helps.

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My Philips SBP1100 speaker' volume is not loud enough


Were they ever loud? If they weren't (which is my guess - judging by the picture) is that they are low wattage which essentially means that they are not intended to be loud. They are most likely to be used as a small compact, low-noise speaker for a smal MP3 player where high (club-vloume) wattage/volume is needed. If they used to be loud check the volume control on your laptop and check each and every setting that there is. One stupid little setting could be a big difference. Audio Properties in the control pannel could be helpful but don't mess with those settings in the control pannel unless you are almost positive as to what they are and what they do. You could cause yourself a bigger problem. Remember that most laptop speaker outputs are actually for headphones and are not intended to go super-high as they are designed for headphones and not to hurt ears at high volumes. Hope this helps. If not try checking back with me. Best of luck. Bonne chance!

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