iOS 4.0 Has anyone else noticed...

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  1. ClusterShart

    ClusterShart New Member

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    I upgraded to the GM recently, an the sound quality has really improved. I use high bitrate songs, and I can actually hear them better now.
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    Didn't notice anything.
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    lunchmeats101 New Member

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    Well I noticed the music sounded different, then found that my EQ was automatically set to Hip-Hop (?) But it does sound better so left it like that

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    exit1010 Well-Known Member

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    Maybe. Sometime Apple tend to lock up some hidden stuff before the GM is released.
    Or you recently cleaned your ear! /jk
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    ClusterShart New Member

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    Well, I listened to a song that is at 320Kbs before I restored to the GM, and when I listened after, it sounded better.
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    exit1010 Well-Known Member

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    It is probably the GM.
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    It may just be you.
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    I think it is just you... Just sayin

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    I can't see why it would sound better. I suppose it could be a possibility, however, I think it is far more likely that it's all psychological. Trying to find new features may have put it in your head that more than what Apple let on has been improved. As I said though, completely possible that Apple did improve the sound. As far as sound goes, I have no ability to tell the difference between a song's quality until it gets REALLY low. I have iTunes automatically convert all my music to 128 kbps and it sounds just fine to me.
  10. Appman

    Appman Community Development Staff Member

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    Wouldn't this be more of a hardware thing than software?

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