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  1. cohen9876

    cohen9876 Banned

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    You go to high it will cause distortion, you will notice big when listening with headphones. And it could break the speakers. BTW this is built into iTunes. Highlight as many songs as you want, then right click, Get Info, Options then Volume Adjustment. Bang. Simple.
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    Agreed on the first part, this is bad for your iPod. The speaker only goes so loud for a REASON. You'll wreck your speaker, and the quality will sound terrible.

    But, for the second part, I'm pretty sure the Volume Adjustment only applies for iTunes, and is not written into the actual ID3 tag. Same with the custom EQ option. At least for me, those didn't transfer over.

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    Just be careful not to blow out your speakers. Me and my friends tried it at the Apple Store and the speaker blew out and we ran out of the store.

    It was hilarious but I don't recommend doing it to your own 2g iPod Touch.
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    and its a great way to blow out your speakers!!!
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    or ear drums
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    But, for the second part, I'm pretty sure the Volume Adjustment only applies for iTunes, and is not written into the actual ID3 tag. Same with the custom EQ option. At least for me, those didn't transfer over.
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    It was hilarious but I don't recommend doing it to your own 2g iPod Touch.

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