Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by meepo, Sep 14, 2008.
Just to clarify, the speakers are mono right?
i dont get it... what the differents...
theyre not dolby 5.1 i dont understand but i assume mono means it doesnt give out a stereo output like bluetooth headphones
To give stereo, you would have to have 2 speakers in separate positions to get the 'dual channel effect'. The two channels are combined and played as mono.
and the touch is like 10 cm long..
there aren't 2 channels combined I think, but 1 only <_<
that's what i thought, but some guy insisted that it was stereo.
They are stereo speakers... meaning two speakers inside the ipod.
today I went to the Apple store just to try out the new iPod and iPhone 3G, the speakers on the iPod were soft at best; if I put the iPod's volume to max, it cracked and was unrecognizeäble =| Just as Steve (Hand) Jobs said, the speakers are fer "casual" purposes. Personally, I think it'd be easier to use a portable speaker set instead.
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