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Maximum volume level is too low

When I turn the volume up to full it still seems low. Is there any way of increasing the out put levels as turning AVLS off on sony products does.

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The only way to boost the volume levels is to edit the song information using a Mp3/WAV Editor or other such program. This GoGear does not have a way to really boost it internally from the device.

-Tha Mp3 doctor

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

  • Corey Knoettgen
    Corey Knoettgen Feb 04, 2008

    Here's an addendum:

    You can try pressing Settings --> Equalizers; << and >> to select band, up and down arrows to adjust equalizer levels on the Go Gear itself (and play/pause to save). This may not have the effect you are looking for, but may be worth a shot.

    -Tha Mp3 Doctor



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