Not very useful - Sound unbridle question

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  1. ThrPod

    ThrPod New Member

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    If I unbridle the sound on my ipod touch to get it very very more powerful .

    Will it "burn" the speaker ?

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    (Yes , stupid question )

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  2. LssThanThree

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    I don't think it will "burn" it but it will sound stupid..
  3. ThrPod

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    Intensity of the volume won't alter the speaker ? Well I'll wait for other point of views

    I might try it to see

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  4. ben

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    Yes. The speaker is limited for a reason. You could try to remove the maximum volume limit, but it will damage the speaker.
  5. ThrPod

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    Doesn't work , there is a software that protect the limitation value to damage the speaker I guess .

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    Is it the RegionalVolumeLimits.plist file right ?

    Cause' I put the limitation to 99 ( instead of 1 ) , no damage at all .

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    The limitation will stop at 1 no matter what.
  7. ThrPod

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    Yeah that's why I noticed , cause value over 1 don't change the sound .

    No matters if it is 99 or 999

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