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# 19689 26-Feb-2008 18:47
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All sound on  My n95 main speakers sounds distorted. I haven't changed my audio settings (equalizer, loudness, etc)
Even at around 40% volume setting I hear crackling/distortion. It sounds fine when I'm listening to it through headphones.
Is there maybe some junk stuck in one of the speakers causing vibration=distortion

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  # 113212 26-Feb-2008 19:50
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Try loading the songs onto your notebook computer and turn up the volume.  Does it still have a crackling sound?  Could be due to the quality of the mp3 file.

If not, then it is likely that your speakers are malfunctioning - hardware issue.

Try a hard reset.



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  # 113218 26-Feb-2008 20:24
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the mp3 playback fine on all other pc's, players etc. they playback fine through headphones on n95.
sound is crackling on all audio that comes out of the speakers= message tone, ring tones, all alert tones, video playback, everything

 
 
 
 


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  # 113221 26-Feb-2008 20:56
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ALTRON:
the mp3 playback fine on all other pc's, players etc. they playback fine through headphones on n95.
sound is crackling on all audio that comes out of the speakers= message tone, ring tones, all alert tones, video playback, everything


Try to do a hard reset (Google the web on how to do that - I can't remember the codes).

Update your firmware too.

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  # 113285 27-Feb-2008 08:43
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If 3-d tones isn't responsible for this, then I'm afraid it sounds like blown speakers to me...




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