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    Does anyone struggle with the volume while trying to listen to music. Have been fiddling with the settings and i am getting nowhere

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    There is a good scala rider packtalk group on Facebook. Lots of users on there

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    cheer will have a look

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter56 View Post
    Does anyone struggle with the volume while trying to listen to music. Have been fiddling with the settings and i am getting nowhere
    or has anyone found speakers with high volume

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    1st mistake i made was not having the phone volume set to max
    2nd mistake i made was the speakers not directly over the ear

    Correcting both of them the volume is OK even at motorway speeds

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossman999 View Post
    1st mistake i made was not having the phone volume set to max
    2nd mistake i made was the speakers not directly over the ear

    Correcting both of them the volume is OK even at motorway speeds
    have just moved the speakers while sat in the house can definitely hear some improvement. Only moved them down less than 10mm

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    They are shite, I’ll offer Ł50 to relieve you of your frustration.
    Quote Originally Posted by peter56 View Post
    have just moved the speakers while sat in the house can definitely hear some improvement. Only moved them down less than 10mm
    The older I get, the faster I was.......... Dodgy Ticker!!!

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    Correct speaker positioning is essential.

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    Now you have the volume issue sorted, if you have an iPhone and your volume is relatively high the safety settings will eventually shut the music off if the volume reaches its set limit.

    It’s a pain with the iPhone. You need to find the volume files and delete them periodically to prevent them reaching their non adjustable limit.

    Hope I’ve explained that correctly.

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    There’s probably several ways to locate the files but try
    Settings
    Health
    Data Access & Devices
    Select Phone
    Headphone Audio Levels

    You’ll see the files in date order “Edit - Delete all”

    This sets you back to the start of the monitoring process and should be ok for a week or so.

    Just repeat periodically, its a pain but it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PW Cymru View Post
    There’s probably several ways to locate the files but try
    Settings
    Health
    Data Access & Devices
    Select Phone
    Headphone Audio Levels

    You’ll see the files in date order “Edit - Delete all”

    This sets you back to the start of the monitoring process and should be ok for a week or so.

    Just repeat periodically, its a pain but it works.
    Hi thank for tips my phone is a android. I did look in the settings and I have the volume set at max for music. Hope this will be ok, time will tell

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    Quote Originally Posted by PW Cymru View Post
    Now you have the volume issue sorted, if you have an iPhone and your volume is relatively high the safety settings will eventually shut the music off if the volume reaches its set limit.

    It’s a pain with the iPhone. You need to find the volume files and delete them periodically to prevent them reaching their non adjustable limit.

    Hope I’ve explained that correctly.
    No you don’t, just change the Device type in your Bluetooth setting to Car Stereo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jefformston View Post
    No you don’t, just change the Device type in your Bluetooth setting to Car Stereo.
    Previously done that and it still cut the music

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    Check your settings if in DMC mode then the Background Music setting is now your volume level on our Cardo music. If using bluetooth connection it should be media that controls your volume

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