Speakerphone volume

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    Is anyone else finding the speakerphone volume a little too low? Very clear, but low in volume compared to my D1.
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    Yes the speaker volume is my biggest complaint about this phone. I came from a D1 also and it was loud as hell. Now I can barely even hear my music while working
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    Everyone said the same thing about the Droid X.....and by everyone I mean ONLY people who apparently came from the world's first boom-box phone: The D1.
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    Dang! This is the first time I have ever wished for a defect. Hopefully some smart /brave soul will figure out a volume hack in the future.
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    Remember when I said that everyone who came from a D1 said it was quiet. All of them also hoped for a volume hack. Don't hold your breath, it never happened on the DX.
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    i know this won't help much, but i find that turning the phone so the back is facing you helps a little bit, bc the speaker is on the back of it. Again, doesn't help much, but a little bit.
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    Best thing to do is put one hand behind the speaker to reflect the sound back at you or when you put the phone down make sure not to muffle the "speaker slot".

    I also love my Motorola S805 stereo bluetooth headphones.
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    Don't crush my deluded dream.
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    I 'preciate the help. It's the only thing I miss from the D1.
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    I remember hacking my Omnia (Windows Mobile 6.1) through the registry to increase the decibels outputed, so such way to do on Android eh?

    I'm thinking of getting a cheap pair of powered speakers to use at work for mine.
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    Is the in call volume on the x2 the same as the original x or louder?
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