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External speaker sounds blown sometimes?

Discussion in 'Droid X Tech Support' started by oo3, Aug 20, 2010.

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    Sup guys,

    Just wanted to see if anyone else has this issue. There will be times when I get a text, a call or just play music off Pandora/Doubletwist and it will just sound like the speaker is completely blown. Then after a while it would magically sound normal again. It just started happening a couple days ago and it seems random. I was thinking it may be something I downloaded, but I don't think that's the case. I even have tried changing my ringtone and notification tones and it still sounds blown, but again, things would go back to normal randomly.

    Anyone else experienced this issue?

    I called VZW and just told them my speaker was blown (when I thought it was) and I should be getting a brand new replacement tomorrow. I didn't really wanna call them back and say that it started working again.
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    If it was blown it would be blown and not sounding fine sometimes, do you have the volume turned all the way up? Could just be getting distorted, I remember a problem with the BB that a song stuck in the music player was making ringtones mess up, battery pull fixed it.
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    Yes the volume is all the way up and would sound blown after turning it up at least halfway. I know that if it was really blown it would never go back to normal, but the sound itself just sounds like a blown speaker, all crackling or whatever. But yeah it's random which is weird.

    I figured it was a software issue but just wanted to see if anyone else had that problem on the DX.
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    Do you have anything that might have gotten in the speaker, dust or something. Maybe a light blow of canned air.
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    Yeah I have seen many complaints on the speakers on the X's, myself mine seems more than fine for me. Course I don't rock out with my phone, but I play games and do speaker phone calls and stuff. The occasional song while getting ready for work and what not.
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    When playing music etc though external speakers make sure your media volume is at like 75% not 100%. That should fix the problem.
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