My xperia ray has good sound quality on the external speaker regarding hights. Female voices for example sound fine. But on a good headphone (i use the beyerdynamic DTX 101 IE and tried others) heights quality is sub-par. Now i am wondering, did Sony use bad hardware here or bad software? Is there any chance this can be fixed with an update?I really like the phone but this bothers me a bit especially as the phone plainly has the technology to recreate the sound adequately (the speaker works fine).
Distinguished SE, after the purchase of Your flagship phone I'm completely disappointed in a speechsystem quality of the device: very quiet conversational speaker, very low sensitivity of the microphone + poor quality of the signal filtering. Updated on a German version R2BA020, noticed some improvement in the acoustic part of the phone, but they are far from the quality of your mid-range phones like w760, w585. It is hoped that these comments will be incorporated into the next version of FW. The potential of X10 is enormous, your task is to reveal it as soon as possible.
As we all Active users know our dear water resistant phone has one problem. The sound of speaker dims down drastically after exposing to water. And the reason for this is this membrane on the back cover, cuz when you remove the back cover the sound becomes normal.But ofcourse im not doing it yet, cuz i don't know what's the real purpose of that rubber, cuz the water gets in between both covers anyway. Maybe its something against pressure i don't know. Maybe someone knows the purpose of this rubber, or maybe someone has tried to remove it and can share their experience.
At work I use headphones, and I want phone calls etc. to call with sound only in my headphones, and call silent when headphones are disconnected. As it is now it rings from the speakers of the phone, even if headphones are connected.
I have Android version 5.0. I have tried to use Smart connect but that doesn't work at all. For example I have set it up to start Spotify automatically when the headphones are plugged in, and also set the volume to normal, but when I plug in mye headphones nothing happens....
I'm planing to switch to Lumia 930 from iPhone 5s, and so far, everything what i've found convinced me to make a switch except audio quality when listening to the (local) music. I just really can't find impressions from actual user about this. Many people are telling me that audio quality with in ear headphones is terrible, cant even be compared with iPhone 5s' sound quality. But honestly I doubt that it can be THAT BAD on one flagship phone.
I'm using iphone since 3g, i switched once to Galaxy S (when it was released) then after couple of months moved back to iphone, and another trip to android last year with Xperia Z but couldn't wait to get rid of android once again. Quality on both android phones was noticeably worse than on any iphone i used. I don't want to make same mistake again since listening to the music on the phone is a big thing for me.
The sound on my phone wont work. My music wont play, you cant hear the keyboard noise or the lock noise, and when someone calls i cant hear what they are saying unless I put them on speaker or put headphones in. When the headphones are plugged into my phone, the sound works fine! i would like to know why the speakers ownt work anymore
I have bought a new iPhone 3GS.. but I got very very disappointed with the sound quality of headphones. I already have an iPod shuffle 1GB, and it sounds like awesome... In the comparison of my iPod, the iPhone sounds only abt 30-35%... Can anybody tell me the solution of this problem or I have to sacrifise..?Help me guys please bcz I believed that apple products like iPods (all models) and iPhones (all models) have the equal sound quality... I collected the money for iPhone for more than two years and music is my passion...
I have an N79 handset and I'm thinking of upgrading it to N86.The problem is that some people say that the nokia n86 sound is way low (I'm not sure about that) but I didn't reach a comparison between the N79 sound loudness and the N86 sound loudness.Can someone tell me which handset has a better sound quality and loudness? I need a really quick reply.
The sound of c6-00 is so worst that i need to check my cell after avery few mins to knw my calls & sms.. Earlier i was using n73 which had no such problems.. Unfortunately i lost it somehow which lead me to buy c6-00 but now i m having a worst time while using the cell... I wish that nokia administration could find a way to fix the biggest problem of the loudness of of sound on c6-00..
I've had my Blackberry for over six months, but I've always had a problem with the quality/clarity of the audio in incoming phone calls. It's very difficult to understand the person on the other end -- particularly, but not only, if the person has an accent of any sort. I want to use the Blackberry as my primary phone, but I can't "get" half of what my callers are saying to me.
i've had my iphone 4s for about half a year now and the sound coming out of the built-in speaker has been working fine until today. i didn't do anything out of the ordinary. i just opened up a video from Internet and noticed the sound was considerably less clear than usual. when i use earphones, the sound is crystal clear but when it comes out of the speaker, it's very scratchy and fuzzy. earlier today it was working fine. rebooting my iphone didn't help. i don't know if it's a firmware problem as i updated to 5.1.1 as soon as it was availible.
I have noticed that my ringtones and alarms play at a lower quality than they did before.My first thought was that my speakers were damaged and affecting the sound quality, but when I play music and even my ringtones in the media player the quality is as fine as ever. However the same ringtones, when played automatically either as an alarm or ringtone have a noticeably lower quality
I have a problem with my Iphone. Today, the sound stopped working. I listened to music on headphones, got out of the headphone connector, clicked on the play.But the sound from the speakers is not heard. And in the player, the band lost control of sound. Now, through the headphones music, movies, games heard, and there is noheadphone jack.
When click on the home button twice and to leaf through the volume control slider and there disappeared. When I call the sound from the speakers is when typing flicks too.Once the sound back when I started the film but I took the headphones from the iPhone and after that the sound does not appear, only on the headphones and during the call from the speakers.
As a happy N95 8GB (heavy) user I had high hopes for my N86 upgrade (after extensive research and satisfied it would fulfill my all-one-needs, I was rubbing my hands in gleefull expectation). Save for the numerous allusions to poor sound quality, I had high hopes.
Sadly, how wrong I could be.O2 delivered my N86 last week, and I was instantly disappointed - in fact, quite taken aback - by the genuinely AWFUL, tinny, quality of the calls and even worse, the loudspeakers (plus the underpowered processor). I promptly sent the phone back, assuming I'd been sent of a 'dodgy' handset, and today, took delivery of a brand new handset: to my surprise, it has exactly the same problem.
I've only ever used Nokia phones, I very rarely post to forums, but feel compelled to do so as I find it surprising that, with such great technology to hand, Nokia could release a handset with speakers and a sound chip of such poor, tinny, quality. Clearly pocketability and reducing the phone's size-profile has been prioritised over speaker size and overall sound quality.
A further scour around these discussion groups and forums elsewhere confirms I'm not alone: other n86 users are becoming progressively clued up to the fact that whilst it's a good, if not spectacular, phone - pleasing wide-angle camera, feels good in the hand (if a little top heavy, and not as easy to text as the N95), robust, generally quite satisfactory - and, of course, for those few of us left that like traditional buttons - it generally ticks all the boxes.
But I couldn't bear to use this phone day in, day out, which such risible sound quality.Surely such issues would be addressed in iminent firmware upgrades? Speaking to someone who works at Nokia directly, and looking at the bugs the latest firmware DOES fix, it doesn't appear sound is on the menu (although I could be wrong). Of course, I'm sure will be addressed in time - Nokia must be aware of the general feedback related to the sound issue (!?) - but I would rather not wait.
Additionally, the phone is underpowered. I could probably live with a little slugishness, as I expect that will definately be fixed in time. But I can't live with talking to someone like they're under a duvet (admittedly, not that I have much experience of talking to someone under a duvet) or straining to hear a word said when I'm using the phone outside, with the loudspeaker is turned up to max.
Maybe I've been spoilt with great quality sound on the N95 (which fits into my pocket just perfectly, Nokia!), but I would - personally, in my view, in my humble opinion and all that - struggle to believe the N86 was thoroughly roadtested with call quality as a priority?Maybe other's will disagree - the above is just my experience. Back to my N95.
I have C3-00 with firmware v8.71. I noticed that when making or receiving a call, even with the volume set to 10 bars, when someone is standing next to me, he cannot hear the voice of the one am talking to. My friend has C3-00 with firmware V8-63, when he receives or makes a call, when you are standing next to him, you can hear the voice of the person he is talking to and you can reduce the volume in order for somone next to you not to ehar what you are discussion. Is it about the firmware or is it just my phone?I want to know so if I have to reverse back to V8.63 by flashing the phone or maintaining V8.71.
When I bought my E63 I noticed that while on my previous phone the sound got all distorted when I tried to record a loud live performance, it sounded pretty good on the E63, even if the concert got loud. Since that discovery I usually record one of two songs of a show I visit as a souvenir. It's become quite a big thing for me.Now the E63 has a pretty mediocre camera, so I'm thinking about upgrading to a model with a better one. Of course it is essential that this new phone can record loud sound (110 dB and over) as good or even better than my current E63. I know that this is not a given from people with iPhones or phones from HTC: all they get is when they try to record loud sound is distortion.are newer Nokia models still as good at recording loud (rock and metal show) sound and is there some technical spec that I can check to make sure this is the case?
can someone tell me if you are reffering to downloaded material or online browsing like Internet because Internet is muffled and vid quality is worse than my parents first tv which is in my room. great phone just Internet sucks for me, any solutions? on wifi too, great internet.
Yesterday I bought Spiro and I encountered some issues:
1. No flashlight as stated in the specification on SE site! 2. If you choose some of the standart equalizers different from normal everything is ok but when you stop the player and then resume it - it returns to normal equalizer 3. You cannot create custom equalizer settings in walkman player 4. Overall the sound quality is awful - even my old 5 years old k750i (which is not walkman) plays music better.
I know the IPhone 4 gives the best sound quality when it comes to music. But I like to know which non touch screen SE phone gives the best sound quality? Do all SE walkman phones give the same sound quality output? What about other manufacturers such as Nokia and Samsung. Do their music phones offer better sound quality than SE ones?
I highly value the sound output of a phone and how it can drive pro headphones. So I went to ATT store and took my Sony headphones with me.
I was pleasantly surprised by the dynamic range and quality of the sound. It is rich and satisfying. it can drive big headphone nicely. Bass was not only present but it was clean and un-clipped, punchy and full. I did not go over 27 on volume since it was very loud already.
I did not keep my 920 for this reason; 1520 is miles ahead of 920 in music sound output.