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  1. #21  
    Quote Originally Posted by joetemp75 View Post
    here is another edited file that boosts it up more. due to request
    are these just for the head set? or also for speaker?

    a louder speaker would be great
  2. #22  
    just the headset be careful with the speaker ive read that alot of people are blowing their speakers when it is too loud
  3. #23  
    I usually can not hear the speaker well. A better speaker definitely goes on the hardware wishlist for the next pre device
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    #24  
    Quote Originally Posted by patricksmangan View Post
    are these just for the head set? or also for speaker?

    a louder speaker would be great
    The following is a modified version of /etc/audio/b/phone_back_speaker.txt which I -think- increases the volume of ONLY the loudest volume setting for the speakerphone. I have been using it for some time with no problem, but I can't comment on how well it actually works compared to the original settings because I did not do much A/B testing. (as stated above, you need to reboot your pre after doing the Mod and I got tired of waiting the 5 minutes!)

    The results are not all that great because the pre speaker is pretty poor. Some folks have blown their speakers from regular use, so I would not really recommend doing this..

    # Modified: 090225 by Ron Horowitz
    # Revised volume steps
    # modified: 090206 by Ron Horowitz
    # comments: Tx gain changes for QC EEC
    begin phone_back_speaker
    # enable RXR2, VRX, TXL2
    # Changeed VRXPGA, RXR1
    setreg 0x02 0x94
    setreg 0x04 0x01
    setreg 0x05 0x11
    setreg 0x06 0x00
    setreg 0x07 0x08
    setreg 0x08 0x00
    # mix VRX with RXR2
    setreg 0x09 0x20
    # TXL2=0dB
    setreg 0x0c 0x00
    setreg 0x0e 0x01
    setreg 0x0f 0x61
    # RXR1=0dB
    setreg 0x12 0x3F
    # VRXPGA=+6dB
    setreg 0x14 0x2b
    setreg 0x15 0x00
    # VRX2ARXPGA=0dB
    setreg 0x16 0x19
    setreg 0x17 0x04
    # RXR1=+12dB
    setreg 0x1c 0x03
    setreg 0x1e 0x00
    setreg 0x21 0x00
    setreg 0x25 0x00
    setreg 0x26 0x00
    setreg 0x2a 0x20
    setreg 0x2a 0x30
    # h-bridge input = RXR2
    setreg 0x2a 0x3e
    setreg 0x3f 0x00
    # mix SDRR2 and SDRL2 into R2
    setreg 0x43 0x10
    # ANAMIC_GAIN=+6dB
    setreg 0x48 0x01
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_mute
    setreg 0x05 0x00
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_unmute
    setreg 0x05 0x11
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_volume_0
    # FS-22dB
    setreg 0x14 0x15
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_volume_1
    # FS-20dB
    setreg 0x14 0x17
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_volume_2
    # FS-18dB
    setreg 0x14 0x19
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_volume_3
    # FS-16dB
    setreg 0x14 0x1b
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_volume_4
    # FS-14dB
    setreg 0x14 0x1d
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_volume_5
    # FS-12dB
    setreg 0x14 0x1f
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_volume_6
    # FS-9dB
    setreg 0x14 0x22
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_volume_7
    # FS -6dB
    setreg 0x14 0x25
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_volume_8
    # FS -3dB
    setreg 0x14 0x28
    end
    begin phone_back_speaker_volume_9
    # 0dB (full scale, or "FS")
    # setreg 0x14 0x2b This line commented out. Not sure if all of the following
    # three lines are needed, or just the one for the 0x14 register.
    setreg 0x12 0xFF
    setreg 0x14 0x31
    setreg 0x26 0x24

    end
  5. #25  
    Is there anyway you can make the volume for a bluetooth headset louder? I have the Jabra BT 3030 and it seems to only put out about 75% of the volume that a wired headset puts out. Any suggestions?
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    #26  
    Quote Originally Posted by Hernie View Post
    Is there anyway you can make the volume for a bluetooth headset louder? I have the Jabra BT 3030 and it seems to only put out about 75% of the volume that a wired headset puts out. Any suggestions?
    I tried playing with the .txt files that seemed to be relevant and I never could get the volume to raise further on my a2dp headset...
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    #27  
    Dude,

    Welcome to the forums!

    I don't have a problem with the volume level but I see where you're coming from... a couple more notches wouldn't hurt, just so I'd have the option to turn it up further if I chose to.

    The plan is to eventually offload the transitions to the GPU eventually but these things take time...
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  8. #28  
    I do have a problem. But im not comfortable editing files on my Pre. If its not a Patch I can't mess with it.
  9. #29  
    Quote Originally Posted by threefiftyli View Post
    Just "receive" the file before you "send" it to your pre. Keep it on your computer as backup
    Thanks for your idea but I couldn't find a way to receive it. Reason is that I didn't know from which destination I have to receive it: as I coudn't enter the path "/ect/audio/b/" directly in the appropriate wosqi dialog I hit the "..."-button to the right. But from there I couldn't - or at least didn't know how to - select the directory because the I couldn't see the Pre drive in this dialog.

    Any help on this would be great!

    Thanks in advance!
  10. #30  
    Quote Originally Posted by joetemp75 View Post
    you have to use webosqi its a program you can get on this forum. then just send the file to the pre to /ect/audio/b/. no offence but if you dont know how to use webosqi then get familiar with it before you send files. otherwise leave it alone.
    Maybe a stupid question for you but do I have to rename the file "media_headset_edit.txt" to "media_headset.txt" before sending it to the Pre?
  11. #31  
    Quote Originally Posted by joetemp75 View Post
    here is another edited file that boosts it up more. due to request
    Any information on how many dB this file will boost the default volume level?

    Thanks for your efforts!
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       #32  
    Quote Originally Posted by mjunik View Post
    Thanks for your idea but I couldn't find a way to receive it. Reason is that I didn't know from which destination I have to receive it: as I coudn't enter the path "/ect/audio/b/" directly in the appropriate wosqi dialog I hit the "..."-button to the right. But from there I couldn't - or at least didn't know how to - select the directory because the I couldn't see the Pre drive in this dialog.

    Any help on this would be great!

    Thanks in advance!
    Just copy and past /ect/audio/b/ to the destination folder entry

    Quote Originally Posted by mjunik View Post
    Maybe a stupid question for you but do I have to rename the file "media_headset_edit.txt" to "media_headset.txt" before sending it to the Pre?
    Yes you have to rename it

    Quote Originally Posted by mjunik View Post
    Any information on how many dB this file will boost the default volume level?

    Thanks for your efforts!
    the first is 6dB...the second is 8dB
  13. #33  
    i just name it media_headset.txt not really sure it makes a difference. just remember to do a full reboot to apply it. As far as how many more db's im guessing around 6 at least thats what i was shooting for.
  14. #34  
    Quote Originally Posted by kanaka View Post
    Just copy and past /ect/audio/b/ to the destination folder entry



    Yes you have to rename it



    the first is 6dB...the second is 8dB
    well said thanks. too tired from work today to type much.
  15. #35  
    Quote Originally Posted by osirus View Post
    How Do You Install This? Sry 4 Asking
    use webosqi to send file to /ect/audio/b/ then reboot
  16. #36  
    I've been trying to download the file to boost the volume but it keeps telling me file not supported. How do I fix this problem?
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    #37  
    Download it from precentral onto your computer? Right click on the file and select "save"?

    Or download to your pre? From WebOS Quick Install, select "send file" from the drop down menu and specify the correct directory to send the file to...
  18. #38  
    If you use inears (like sennheiser cx400 or reative ep-630) the volume is enough (40% max for me)
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    #39  
    Not sure how to change the values myself.

    Wish we had a modified file for the back speaker. The headphones are plenty loud enough already.
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    #40  
    Quote Originally Posted by japark View Post
    Not sure how to change the values myself.

    Wish we had a modified file for the back speaker. The headphones are plenty loud enough already.
    You can try this for the speaker phone... still not 100% sure it works!
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