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    Will activating "Audio Boost" damage internal speaker?

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    Maybe I'm just getting old (See the over 40 thread) or just deaf but either way, a lot of times the ringers just do not seem loud enough.
    Have seen the audio boost warning and was wondering if it actually will make audio louder or will it hurt the internal speaker?
    Is there any way to increase ring tone volume without doing damage?
    Thanks for reading and hopefully providing a solution.
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    Audio Boost can only be enabled while using a headset, with my 8320 Curve at least lol

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    Probably just your hearing-lol. I'm already hard or hearing so I do use the boost on my 9000 and 8310. It sounds better to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chokem View Post
    Probably just your hearing-lol. I'm already hard or hearing so I do use the boost on my 9000 and 8310. It sounds better to me.
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    agreed! I've always had my boost enabled on my 8130 and my 8330. never had a problem. I needed it because I'm usually in very loud places!
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    Thanks, thought I might do damage. Will try audio boost. 16 years in the bar business coming back to haunt me now.
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    Can't find audio boost? Help?
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    Doesnt sound good unles its LOUD

    Try media>music>options>scroll down to audio boost and your there.

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    [QUOTE=sooner;1139325]
    Doesnt sound good unles its LOUD

    What? I can't hear you-lol.
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    lol everyone says that and its tru tho everyone cause of the music/ipod spearks and the phones/phone speakers that go in your ear do more damage then anything tho if u already have hearing problems u should be fine lol, its like the hz soundclips they have i cant hear any of them but the people around me can

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