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Are we talking about an old style phone that you plug into a wall jack. In that case you can only increase the volume as high as the volume control will let you. Going higher may introduce significate feed back (high pitched whine).
If it's the microphone volume you want to increase (sound volume for the other party), that's not possible with out a major hack.
The phone needs to control the speaker volume and the microphone volume, and balance the two so you don't get feedback, yet allow each party to hear the other. This only works within a fixed range, which, if you exceed, will over load the circuit and you will get feedback. You may want to try a different phone, which may have a higher volume.
Sometimes High pitching its just that, static on the area, like if you are near a microwave, or near other electronic equipments, but, if the skreetching sound keep going or even if you do nothing it could be a line inside the sound card, or you need to clean the volume botton with special electrical cleaner. other that these, its contacts, or bad cap for the volume board inside.
That, I would guess, is a decoupling problem in the decoding section of the audio stage, or a poor connection in the audio section. Unfortunately a service manual and engineer will be required to find the problem Hope that helps.
To solve this problem ,do this;
goto start menu >control panel>sound and audio devices
in volume tab
under speaker settings , click on "advanced"
in speakers tabspeaker setup:select desktop stereo speakers
click performance tab
Hardware acceleration =full
sample rate conversation quality=best.
click on apply,and ok
select audio tab in sound and audio output.
click on volume ,unmute all .
increase all volume to high.
select voice tab
in click on volume ,unmute all .
increase all volume to high.
click on apply and ok.
then open your audio manager .increase play back volume and unmute all .
important :select default device (sound play back) .to your audio manager's default device .
after apply all settings .click ok
and close it.
in sound and audio output.
tick on "use only default devices".
do it and solve it
first ill suggest if your phone is under warnety then kindly go for support from where you buy, it is much better to utilize your warranty claims on first priority. If your warranty is expire then do the following steps
On the side panel of your phone their is volume key button for increasing or decreasing voice check weather it is not too much low by increasing the volume
you can also check your phone speaker by recording your own voice in , just find this icon in your main menu Record your own voice and listen if you are getting your voice clear. or play any ring-tone if your listening any sound from the speaker that mean your speaker is okey.
Note : we often get these problem in mobile communication that we can listen voice of a caller or caller cant able to listen our voice it is because of the disturbance in communication signals, or low signals in high traffic areas.
From all of the above attempts you still not getting any voice from your phone speaker then might be your speaker is not working and you have to replace it , contact authorized samsung hardware support and change your phone speaker .
This is caused be a bad record switch. As a temporary solution, incert a blank tape, push the record switch, then stop. Repeat about 10 times. This may clean the contacts of the record/Play switch but it will probably need to be replaced.
This is possibly a sound card issue.
Your card may itself may need updated drivers.
Go into device manager and find your sound card and see if they have any updated drivers from there website.
If you happen to have another sound card throw it in and see if it does the same thing.
Last but not least is these speakers will work with a MP3 or other device, plug into them and see how it sounds, if your having the same problem with lets say a cd player or mp3 then the speaker itself is faulty.