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Call sound: great, but volume very high

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By Koen D, Junior Member on 24th November 2009, 12:03 PM
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Hi all,

The call quality of the HD2 is very good. Reception is great, people understand me very well and I can understand them very good.

My only problem is that the sound is so loud, when I'm using my phone at my ear (so without speaker or bluetooth).

Do you have this as well? Is there somewhere a master volume that can be set?

To be clear: the volume is already at the minimum...

Thanks!

Koen
 
 
24th November 2009, 12:10 PM |#2  
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Does the earpiece speaker also pop/crackle somtimes when the tones are high or very loud? I hear a ticking in the earpiece speaker.. that is very anoying!

Will probably swap my device for a new one.
24th November 2009, 12:16 PM |#3  
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Not really.

But as I find it now too loud, I don't like to use to make normal phonecalls.

Koen
24th November 2009, 12:16 PM |#4  
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I have the same problem..

One weird thing though, it's only on outgoing calls, incoming the sound isnt too loud!
24th November 2009, 12:16 PM |#5  
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i had the same problem but only with outgoing calls an mine sounded terrible, still does( think my speaker is broken)
You can edit the registry.
in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Controlpanel\Soundcategories\ you have INCALL and INCALL 2, i think one is ingoing and one is outgoing calls.
Edit Initvol, i have both mine on 2 now. and the volume is much better!
24th November 2009, 12:21 PM |#6  
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Originally Posted by Bouloama

Does the earpiece speaker also pop/crackle somtimes when the tones are high or very loud? I hear a ticking in the earpiece speaker.. that is very anoying!

Will probably swap my device for a new one.

I have the same problem as you do
24th November 2009, 01:44 PM |#7  
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Originally Posted by theguvnor11

i had the same problem but only with outgoing calls an mine sounded terrible, still does( think my speaker is broken)
You can edit the registry.
in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Controlpanel\Soundcategories\ you have INCALL and INCALL 2, i think one is ingoing and one is outgoing calls.
Edit Initvol, i have both mine on 2 now. and the volume is much better!

Thanks, now it's great!!!
24th November 2009, 07:09 PM |#8  
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I've got the exact same thing!
The quality is great, but sometimes the volume is just way too loud, almost up to the point where it hurts my ear.

One additional thing is when I get a notification on the background that a message has arrived during one of those loud calls, volume actually switches back to normal.

In my registry incall2 was set to 5. Resetted it to 2, hope it works
24th November 2009, 09:53 PM |#9  
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could anyone clarify
Where can I find that
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Controlpanel\Soundcategories\ you have INCALL and INCALL 2 thing. Please help! How do I enter registry?
25th November 2009, 03:18 AM |#10  
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Originally Posted by narkolitar

Where can I find that
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Controlpanel\Soundcategories\ you have INCALL and INCALL 2 thing. Please help! How do I enter registry?

to enter registry, i need to install the little app name PHM RegEdit (free app) or Resco RegEdit.
25th November 2009, 10:29 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by henh

to enter registry, i need to install the little app name PHM RegEdit (free app) or Resco RegEdit.

Made the first step, done the things in the register, but the volume is still too high. What am I doing wrong?

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