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Old 11-01-2009, 11:35 AM
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with phonepad digit *#0002*28346#

then 3) Record

then 04) CamcordARM_AMR (this is volume gain in video record)

Go to

TxMicAmp : 24

digit 12#

and then when you go back will see

TxMicAmp : 12

Then go to

Tx Channel: 25

digit 21#

and then when you go back will see

Tx Channel: 21

back back



Go to 2) Play Sound(it's necessary increase speaker volume, because with previous modifications record volume gain is lower to don't have noise...no problem if you listen in your pc..audio will be good like you can listen in my youtube video..but if you listen in phone audio will be low, and for this is necessary increase speaker gain)

Then 3) MP4 loudSPK

Now go to 5) MaxPGain:9 db

Digit 20#

and then when you go back will see

MaxPGain:20db



To save all changes go back back

6)Backup and will show "Backup OK"

Example:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNtp9j3WXug&fmt=18

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Can anyone confirm whether this works or not?
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Can anyone confirm whether this works or not?
Yes, it works!

But I have set my values to 12 and 18....but sound is better then with default settings....
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12-18 is a little low for "normal condition"...also if you increase volume speakers, it could be too much low..in past I told to use 12-24, but is is good for normal situation, but not very good in difficult situation (like high volume)...
so if you use balanced values as 12-21,these will be good in all situation = no noise, no audio scrashes...
but it's important increase volume speaker, as explained (no problem in PC)
default volume speakers ar good for default audio recording..
so if you use better balanced audio recording, you must also modify speakers gain..

follow all instructions in first post, and you will listed improvements

default values: 24-25 have noise and manage not good high volume situation

here an example
YouTube - Ferragosto 2009 Fontane Bianche (SR) - Fuochi d'artificio

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Increasing the speaker volume should be safe right? Just making sure I won't end up with blow out speakers
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No it is not safe, anytime you mess with those settings you are at risk for blowing your speakers. I have blown my speaker already and highly advise fiddling with those settings.
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bookmarked and b back l8er, bro, :-)
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Actually, i already told this quite some while ago on this forum.


So this is kind of a double post.

I also included a test to hear the difference in a disco.

I did a test with 16 settings. For me amp 12, channel 12 was best

U search on forum u will find it.
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Increasing the speaker volume should be safe right? Just making sure I won't end up with blow out speakers
This depends from intelligence of a person..
Also in PC if you put volume too much high, you can damage speakers..

If you increase volume gain, you can have efforts in many cases (as films..many films are too much low also with maximum volume in player using default settings)
Vice versa, if video volume is already good, you don't need to put player to maximum volume..it's stupid!!

Similar to pc...do you put volume speakers of pc always to maximum, or change volume speakers and/or player in according to video/song that you are watching/listening?

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Actually, i already told this quite some while ago on this forum.


So this is kind of a double post.

I also included a test to hear the difference in a disco.

I did a test with 16 settings. For me amp 12, channel 12 was best

U search on forum u will find it.
the best must be best in medium terms in every sistuation
12-12 can be good only in "high volume" situation(like disco), but not in a normal situation..
making different tests in different situation (not only difficult tests) with different settings, 12-21 are the most balanced in every situation..
yes, in every situation thare is a better setting..but you can't change always settings..you must find something that is good in every situation in medium terms..
12-12 could be better in high volume situations, but in normal speaking situation volume is too much low..near to "Mute mode"
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