1786 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Oct 21, 2008 11:33 AM by PatrickL
I'm having the same issues (see http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=1758705&tstart=0)
I went to the Genius Bar and they replaced the iPhone, however, it still hasn't rectified the issue. I have a funny feeling this is a larger issue that is about to come out the woodwork.
Someone has suggested a possible solution on my thread, which I will try tonight. I think there may be a link between this starting and when I updated to iTunes 8.
Please keep me up to date if you find any solution.
I read your post, but I think I might need to clarify my issue. It's not only a volume issue, but a volume-of-certain-frequencies issue.
A lot of my songs have turned into +a cappellas+, with the rhythm guitars, drums, etc., almost entirely wiped out, yet the vocals are still there and at normal volume.
And on some songs it's entirely reversed: barely audible vocals (as if someone is far away, and with occasional echoes), yet with completely loud, audible instruments.
Repeated the issue with other headphones. And it's strange that a simple headphone jack malfunction would create such a sophisticated issue, what with being able to screen out specific frequencies and not others. A headphone jack issue usually surfaces as completely audible, yet strained, tinny, sound.