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Bad sound quality on 4.4 custom Roms

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By zacharias99, Member on 11th February 2014, 02:09 PM
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Hallo,

I would like to make a simple question...
Tried 2 custom 4.4 Roms on my LG G2 (droidkangs and mahdis) and in both versions I noticed the same problem...
The speaker sound (even though loud) is of VERY bad quality when playing deeper sounds like basses!
In stock Roms the sound (same MP3) is crystallclear... Tried many settings in DSP manager... Tried almost everything I found in iNet, but I am going back to stock based Roms as on max volume its like my speaker is broken :/ (when I use headphones or BT headset I don't have that issue)

Could any1 please tell me what the reason for this problem is?? Is it normal that the sound quality from speaker is so much worse than the stock versions??
And can this be fixed?

Please, if some1 knows the answer just give me the info as I rly don't want to go back to stock Rom :/

Thank you!
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11th February 2014, 05:13 PM |#2  
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I have the same problem on Cyanogenmod 11 and Paranoid .
12th February 2014, 06:56 AM |#3  
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CyanogenMod the sound is pretty low, on Mahdi's pretty high. Try equalizer settings on those ROMs. It might require a tweak to your liking.

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12th February 2014, 10:57 AM |#4  
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Same here. Running CM11 and speaker quility cracks up when it gets loud. I tried messing with Viper, but alas, no improvement. Don't think there's a fix yet though..

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12th February 2014, 04:16 PM |#5  
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Same here. Running CM11 and speaker quility cracks up when it gets loud. I tried messing with Viper, but alas, no improvement. Don't think there's a fix yet though..

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Try mahdi its pretty good. At least the one before today is.

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12th February 2014, 04:21 PM |#6  
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Thanks for the tip, and will do

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12th February 2014, 06:11 PM |#7  
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Try mahdi its pretty good. At least the one before today is.

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Mahdi has same issue if you max sound... I think that all the 4.4 roms have this problem so flashing other customs won't help.
12th February 2014, 07:06 PM |#8  
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i never use the speaker because i thought it was terrible to begin with but i just tested it out and and mine does not get very loud but i use headphones 99.999.9999999999999 percent of the time but it is definately a bug but other than this bug i really havent had anyother problems
12th February 2014, 08:43 PM |#9  
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Getting the same poor phone call sound quality d803 carbon
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