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Sound level on all songs has dropped and have to max out volume to hear normal levels of sound>

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  • Matt29 Apr 14, 2008

    I have an MPIO FL350 if that helps at all...thanks

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I don't think the problem is the MP3
for the volume matter its normal the earphones it happened to me too!!!
just try a different brand of earphones see what happens

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you can increase the sound level,
the sound level for tones, speaker fone, etc,
can be increase even then if it is at max (level 4)
you still can do it,
just follows the instructions!

**************** HERE WE GO **************
Enter the following code:
*#8999*8378#
(You'll be shown menu, then ...)
then go to:
"H/W test"
then go to:
"Audio Settings"

then go to:
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There will you see a number.
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(and currently, you are at level 1 and after
pressing the "save" button, you will move to
level 2 and so on .........................)
you have to change the values of all the levels.
and as the resultant, it will give increase the
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the level wise numbers are: (as its my setting :-) )

Melody Level 1: 13
Melody Level 2: 17
Melody Level 3: 18
Melody Level 4: 25
Melody Level 5: 31
you even can make your own combinations of level wise
sounding numbers that can change the sound level!.

if your combination cause more louder sound level,
then mine,
then do share it with the group! ... :-)
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Hope this helped

bd.


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