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Actually these are Professional series handsets in these handsets usually audio volume low compared to other handsets
Try these...*Go to Media>Equaliser>Select Set 1>Set all the bars to high *Go to Music player>Options>Equaliser>Select Set 1>Set all the bars to high
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First off how long have you owned the unit? Did you buy it new? Did it ever work playing cd's? it sounds like either a setting problem or a hardware problem with the unit. Once I have more information I can assist you further in trying to isolate the problem. Thank you, Lee
Mobile r not good for playing music in a heavy system because Mobile has not a good sound quality as iPOD and others players have, also all mobile has not a capacity to play with amplifier, and the sound output of your mobile is low there fore u r getting low sound. If your amplifier has its own volume control then u can increase it from there. It is best to use iPOD. Thanks
Most Audio devices will allow you to adjust how the music is played. an EQ is just something that can increase or decrease audio Frequencies. there are usually preset EQ levels that will make Jazz, Classical, Pop music sound better. this is done by increasing the High notes or increasing the low notes to give you more of a bass sound. User EQ settings allow you to manage the frequencies more to your liking. If you want to here the high notes better or adjust the middle to hear the vocals better then you can increase those levels. Or if you love your bass sounds then you would increase the lower frequencies to give your music more boom.
Well... The speaker is ok and if you're using the headset it should be loud enough for you. If you want it to be louder just use earphones/headphones that are sound isolating to block out ambiant noise. The hpm-70 can kinda do that because they go in in your as opposed to sitting on the outside of your ear. The earpiece volume is really loud. I found it hard to hear to people in some places.
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i think ur not using nokia approved genuine headset accessory . even though some head sets have nokia logo they r not original made by nokia . they cause low sound quality while hearing music and diaphram bets can be heard during playing high bass songs . try with another genuine headset