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    Hey everyone......! Is there anyway to make the ring tones on the treo 600 louder than '7'.......??? We can hardly hear the rings and it's the only annoying thing about the unit so far.........

    On the same note - is there anyway to make it vibrate harder in silent mode...? I've already missed many calls because the vibration is so gentle.....(also VERY annoying)


    p.s. i'm not in the porn industry.....
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    There are midi utilities that will make your midi files louder. I had the same issue with my T610. good luck.
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    use mp3's thats sorted it out for me theres loads apps out there now that do it
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    Quote Originally Posted by rez DigitaL
    Hey everyone......! Is there anyway to make the ring tones on the treo 600 louder than '7'.......??? We can hardly hear the rings and it's the only annoying thing about the unit so far.........

    On the same note - is there anyway to make it vibrate harder in silent mode...? I've already missed many calls because the vibration is so gentle.....(also VERY annoying)


    p.s. i'm not in the porn industry.....
    You can use Lightwav to Boost the MIDI ringtones. It will be really loud. another method is make the wav or mp3 louder and use it Lightwav.
    Want mp3/wav ringtones , Audio and Video recording for your Treo600/650? visit www.toysoft.ca
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    The best tip I can offer is that polyphonic ringtones are more difficult to hear and are perceptually softer than monophonic tones. It is very difficult to create a loud and rich ringtone.

    Hence I suggest you use single instrument ringtones if you want the loudest possible ringers and alarms. Keep the polys for more subtle uses.
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    Very true! Use ANNOYING ringtones. Even at low volumes they really cut through. The only drawback is that you can get a whole lotta dirty looks when you are in a quiet environment like a movie theater or business meeting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dchang0
    Very true! Use ANNOYING ringtones. Even at low volumes they really cut through. The only drawback is that you can get a whole lotta dirty looks when you are in a quiet environment like a movie theater or business meeting.
    Can anyone recommend loud, annoying ringtones? I'll be heading up parking at a Ride for Kids event (fundraiser for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation), and there will be hundres of motorcycles. Since I'm heading up the parking, other task force members may need to call me and I want to be sure I hear the phone. I'm already planning on placing it in my pants pockets to try to make sure I feel the vibrations as well. I currently have "Colors" as the main ring tone, but sometimes miss that. (I am hard-of-hearing) I do have LightWav and the boost option on.

    Thanks for any recommendations (and links!)

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