Seriously?!?!?!?!

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  1. mikeg

    mikeg New Member

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    So, HTC advertises this phone as a great media player, they even include some good earbuds. So, how come there's interference when I listen to music via the stock music player or poweramp. It also happens with the provided earbuds or any of the 3 pairs of headphones I tried. It didn't matter the music I play. This is the second phone, the first one had the same problem. I'm seriously considering trading it in for something else.

    I've called HTC and they said they're working on the problem. It just blows my mind they shipped a media phone with this problem.

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    What kind of interference? My music sounds awesome.
     
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    Trade it in for a nexus my music sounds awesome and all beats is is a music equalizer. Which is built in to the stock music app.

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  4. mountainbikermark

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    It's not even an equalizer. It's no more than a loudness button on older electronics.
    The advertisements choice in music is not geared toward the audiophile by any means so I wasn't expecting anything special. I also wasn't impressed with the earphones that are supposed to be all that, they don't sound any better to me than my $16 Skull Candy Inkd.
    I have noticed music on my sd card sounds horrid but music on the phone is about as good as any Android phone gets without using Power Amp and with Power Amp I have to keep the pre amp settings lower to keep the bass from distorting

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  5. mikeg

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    The noise I hear sounds like digital interference. I notice it when I am on 3g and data is transferring. I don't get it when I'm using wi-fi and we don't have 4g around here yet.

    My complaint about the nexus is that it doesn't accept extra memory. It may not matter for a while but I want the option.

    It all comes back to "seirously?!?!?!".

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  6. mikeinctown

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    No noise on mine when listening to either Google music or Sirius. Is it only with music loaded on the phone?

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  7. mikeg

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    mikeinctown,

    Dunno, I guess I should try some other sources. I've got a bunch of music on the memory card. Shouldn't matter though, my old moto droid never gave me grief like this. Aside from this issue, I love the phone. But it all comes back to "seriously?".

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    Try a different sd card. It's worth a try if its bothering you that much.

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    I hear the static too, but only if the soft keys are lit up. Figure that one out.

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    could possibly be the area and the electronics you are around on a daily basis. I use my rezound for music a little over an hour a day for 20 mile stretches and I don't get this issue. and my music is on the SD card AND my softkeys lights are on from time to time as well. Is the interference happening EVERYWHERE you go?
     
  11. mikeg

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    Droidwolf, I get it whether or not the buttons are lit.

    I tried listening to streaming radio to make sure it wasn't just music loaded on the phone and it was constant static since it was downloading via 3g. I could still hear the music but it was very annoying.

    HTC is aware of the problem, even before I called it in.

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  12. Droidwolf75

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    I hear the static whenever I plug in any head phones and the soft keys are lit. My first Rezound had a high pitched whine along with the static. So this one is an improvement. Hoping HTC can fix this with a patch or something.

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