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Topic # 9612 30-Sep-2006 20:36
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Call me an old fogy but I have a 6265 and just loaded a whole lot of music on my new 1g miniSD.  My question is that even tho I have adjusted the volume down as low as possible it is still pretty loud .... anything I can do about this (a degreee of sarcasm in the replies is acceptable)

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Reply # 47205 30-Sep-2006 20:38
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Welcome to GZ

Turn down your hearing aid

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Reply # 47206 30-Sep-2006 20:55
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Welcome to Geekzone... If you don't have any other volume controls on the media player program itself, I suggest you get a pair of headphones with volume control. There are a couple of models in the music stores - you have a sliding control that will reduce the volume even further down the line.





 
 
 
 


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Reply # 47207 30-Sep-2006 21:23
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Good thinking MF why did I not say that

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  Reply # 47211 30-Sep-2006 22:21
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Modify it so its quieter Laughing

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Reply # 47213 30-Sep-2006 22:37
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johnr:

Turn down your hearing aid


It's not his hearing aid, mine is the same, and no I dont use a hearing aid.







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