Question about Apple (MA662G/A) pour iPod Headphones
The problem probably isn't that it's actually that much lower-- it's that with these earbuds there is so much space for other sound to get in that you're hearing so much ambient (outside) noise that you have to turn them up quite high to hear the music well enough for enjoyment.
Here are a few solutions:
Basically, next time you go out, pick up a pair of "passive" noise-canceling ear buds. Passive because they do it by physically blocking out other sounds. This can be annoying and unsafe if you're riding a bicycle or something and you need to be very aware of the sounds around you, but that would be your best option for as cheap as possible unless you want to get regular headphones which would be somewhere between default earbuds and passive noise-canceling earbuds
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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