As Kas84 said, try balanced. when you get to "media audio effects", go to "wired stereo devices", then make sure "enable audio effects" is enabled, select "Effects profile", then "Custom" , Then you can click "equalizer" and select your balanced setting from there.
I found it! Thanks!
Originally Posted by amishdude01
Trying to make the best of a bad situation until we get fastboot and/or an ICS rom. Thanks for the sound tip.
That is some real tech support, Kas84.
Don't mention it. Glad I could help you out.
Originally Posted by RueTheDayTrebek
My first Droid 4 had some "crackling speaker" issues so I had Verizon send me a replacement.
The first replacement's speaker was totally worthless (could not even hear the Verizon voice mail lady) so I had them send me another replacement.
I got the third phone yesterday, and immediately set the equalizer to "vocalize" and turned the volume down...works great!
I think many of the speaker issues are due to Motorola choosing to use "bass punch" for the default setting and people turning the volume way-up to hear a person's voice. The default setting should be for voice...it's a god damned phone for Christ's sake not a stereo.