Decrease Volume on Ipod Touch

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  1. skainsworth

    skainsworth New Member

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    I have an ipod touch and I guess what are loud headphones so I need to turn down the volume on the ipod in general. I tried going into itunes and applying a volume adjust on all my music but that doesn't seem to work. Any suggestions?
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    Just turn it down on the song.....

    Or set the Volume Limit.... Settings > Music > Volume Limit...

    It's a bit of a stupid question.....

    Cohen
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    He wants to have the minimum volume on the iPod so that he can still hear it, so he wants loud headphones. (If I made any sense, but I do understand).
    As far as my personal headphone usage has been, the original headphones are the loudest I've had.
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    "In ear" headphones I personally think are the loudest because you actually have to place it inside ur ear.
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    Yes, in-ear headphones are generally louder for almost obvious reasons: they are actually in your ear and they basically block other sound from coming in, and are closer to your eardrum.
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    yeah I have in-ear headphones which are great but on the ipod touch they are just to loud. I have the maximum volume set but that just puts a limit on it. I have the volume as low as it will go and it is still too loud.
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    i love how much informative your post is.

    and on topic:
    i really couldn't understand what the op says:
    is the volume too loud or too quiet..
    actually, i would say it's impossible for both cases..
    you can't hear when the volume up to max? that's really wierd... i'd do ear tests lol.. or you might have some defect in you earphones..?
  9. skainsworth

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    too loud I'll bust my ears at max
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    mikec1985 Active Member

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    Yea i dont think you can change the volume output unless your ipod jailbroken then you can edit the plist to have lower volume. But if not jailbroken you have to do what cohen said. Change the volume in settings/music/volume limit and turn it almost all the way down if it is too loud.

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