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Sound effect is not good comparing other

Sound volume is low (even adjusted to maximum) and noisy comparing to other K750i with same file while playing media player.

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You may try to change the accoustics on that phone my GF has the same and i change the accoustic's and WOW performance www.topsony.com

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Sound is not maximum it give very low voice


Assuming that the device sound components are not malfucntioning only requires alteration of some buttons either to increase or decrease. Usually on the computer, the program from which the media is being played for example windows media player should provide the volume scroll buttons observable at the buttom of the screen for regulations. Also, asume that the windows media player volume is at maximum. The computer has a volume button that controls the entire sound from the speakers. Use the mouse to locate at the button right hand corner of screen the volume logo. Pointin the mouse arrow on the logo should receive a popup message requesting incrementation or reduction in volume controls of media being played. Increasing the computer button would produce much sound. However also, the computer speakers capacity should allow much sound. An external speaker connected to the computer may have adjsutable sound buttons that unless increased however would produce least sound. Observe an external speakers connected to the computer to see if volume bottons have be minimised.

Jan 18, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have a z550i,my media player volume is too low,i barely hear the sound even if the volume is in maximum setting.how can i adjust it?


1. Remove the battery and restart your mobile!

2. Start the media player and goto the "Options / Settings".

3. Select the 'Equalizer' option.

4. Change it from 'Normal' to any other type, like Opera, Jazz, Dance, etc.

5. Now, check the difference in volume of media player!

please rate this advice if it helps ...tc! :)

Jan 15, 2010 | Sony Ericsson Z550i Cellular Phone

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I cannot play the movie file from my k750i


It will be in 3gp format.. Try quicktime player.. It should play that file.. Or you can convert the 3gp format into a avi format and play it in windows media or vlc player..For converting the file you can use total video converter or any other free converters..
Hope that helped..
Please rate the solution..

Feb 03, 2009 | Sony Ericsson K750i Cellular Phone

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Volume is Always Low when playing DVDs


i may try to change other DVD player software..........see if any change

Dec 25, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv2000t Notebook

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Hear sound but cant get any real volume even at full blast


I was playing around with my Sherwood RD 6513 and adjust the the output level to its maximum, amongst other settings. This limited my output on the amp to a maximum volume of 65 not 90+.. Anyway i pluged in the microphone and done another 'auto setup' of the volume levels and distances, and this allowed the volume to exceed 65 again!

Also if you have an external source such as a DVD player - i would assume you have already checked its output volume setting?

Nov 23, 2008 | Sherwood RD-6500 Receiver

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Creative Zen


Most audio software these days offer either built-in or plugin functionality that will attempt to level the volume of your MP3 files so that you aren't turning the volume up to hear soft songs, then getting blasted by louder ones. So why is it that even after turning that option on, you sometimes notice a significant volume difference between some songs? What's worse is when you're listening to songs from the same album, and the volumes jump around abnormally after applying volume normalization.

The problem is that the vast majority of audio player programs use peak amplitude analysis to determine how "loud" a song is and normalize based on that, rather than doing a more comprehensive analysis of the frequencies that impact how loud the music actually sounds. But even those that do a more comprehensive analysis fail to consider songs within the context of the album they belong to.

Luckily, there's a great little utility called MP3 Gain that does lossless volume analysis and adjustment based on David Robinson's Replay Gain algorithm, as well as allowing for the volume of entire albums to be processed. MP3 Gain has been around for a number of years, and it doesn't appear that it is being actively developed anymore, but since MP3 technology hasn't changed much either that doesn't matter for our purposes.

So, how do you fix an entire library of music? Pretty easy, actually. MP3 Gain offers batch processing options that allow you to process an entire folder at once. But if you collect music albums, you'll want to do those separately. The reason is that MP3Gain offers two modes: Radio and Album. Radio analysis and gain adjustment will adjust all songs to the same maximum decibel level. Album mode analyzes all of the songs in an album, essentially considering them to be one entire song, then adjusts them all to a maximum decibel level, but maintains their relative volume.

Jun 21, 2008 | Creative Labs Zen Digital Media Player

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K750i low volume in the playback ,please give me a solution


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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Jan 15, 2008 | Sony Ericsson K750i Cellular Phone

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Low sound after headphone unplugged


Try plugging back the headphones and unplug them agai, but

pull them slowly.

Nov 11, 2007 | Altec Lansing VS3251 Speaker

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Playing songs at certain volume


Several things can effect the quality of your files. 1. Check your headphones by comparing them with others. 2. The file quality may be too low, you can test that by getting a higher quality MP3 file and comparing the two. 3. If you are creating the MP3 files yourself, be sure to watch the sound recording level. Allowing it to stay in the red can produce distortion while recording ay too low of a level can result in low voulume as well as possible distortions. If none of these correct the issue, you may need to replace the player.

Jun 18, 2007 | iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player

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Low volume


> Open Control Panel
> Sound Properties
> Speaker Properties
> Enhancements
>

Loudness Equalization : on

Equalizer: Choose one (Jazz seems to be loudest setting but sounds of hallway effect so I use powerful for clarity.)

This has more than doubled the level of volume on my acer 5570.

- verc

Jul 16, 2006 | HP Compaq nc6320 Notebook

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