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Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Adrenal1ne, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. Adrenal1ne

    Adrenal1ne New Member

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    Not a big issue, but sometimes I like my music REALLY quiet.

    It seems that the minimum volume is quite high. Anyway to correct this or is this a hardware issue?

    I tried tampering with the Volume Limit seems to work a bit. I tried some other iPod Touch's and at level 1 volume you can BARELY hear it, while mine is quite audible.

    At one point it was stuck at max volume, no matter where I scrolled it. I'm a noob to the iPod touch, any advice is welcome.

    Thanks.
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    doctadunk New Member

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    Move it a bit away from you?
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    r0b3rt_213 New Member

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    in your itunes library right-click > get info on the songs or if you want to do it to all your song select all then right-click then click on the options tab and tamper with the volume to your liking then sync the songs to your ipod/phone
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    -Kerrigan- New Member

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    Right, this will work. I've tried it.

    How would you move your headphones away from you and still listen to it without it falling out?
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    When mine was "stuck" at max volume, I discovered it was because the headphone plug was loose in the jack... seated it in all the way, and I was good to go.

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  6. Adrenal1ne

    Adrenal1ne New Member

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    Thanks for all the advice.

    I guess I just want to make my volume control more sensitive, and it makes sense to lower the volume control to create a small spectrum of possible volumes.

    Thanks a lot guys, any more advice keep them coming!

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