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  • FrankSmith Level 1 Level 1

    Still no recongition from Apple? This has gone on long enough!

  • javak810i Level 1 Level 1

    Hi. I have recently bought apple iphone 4s 64gb hoping I can get a much better sound quality for my VSONIC GR07 headphones (I had samsung galaxy s2 previously). But to be honest I am a bit dissappointed. Especially the bass. They are kinda... weird. A bit low (galaxy s2 had higher bass volume imo, of course both phones without eq) and also a bit distorted. I'm listening to apple lossless.

  • MaestroRomolo Level 1 Level 1

    I tried to check the Smart Encoding Adjustment in the iTunes Import Settings -> MP3 Encoder -> Custom MP3 Encoder window. I feel better low fequencies, but maybe it's only an illusion.

  • FrankSmith Level 1 Level 1

    Any update on this? And does anyone know whether this is an Ipod or Itunes problem?

  • MrGrump Level 1 Level 1

    I think this is an iPod issue.  Whenever I play Pandora I get a lot of distortion, but less so than from iTunes.  This leads me to believe it is a firmware issue and not hardware.  I definitely noticed the change after the iOS upgrade.

     

    I'm a loyal Apple-phile owning an iPhone, iPad and MacBook Pro and always thought highly of the programming skills of Apple.  Now . . . ?

  • FrankSmith Level 1 Level 1

    Anybody here know anything about this issue?!

  • sneath Level 1 Level 1

    You have got to be kidding me Apple!

    I thougth this would finally be fixed with the release of iOS 5.1, but NO!

    I am so pi$$ed right now, I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS $H!T!

  • pauldube Level 1 Level 1

    After updating my iPhone 4 to IOS 5.1 and listening to music 2 full days, I have heard 2 songs with distortion and that was in highs not in bass. I think it may be these files that are not OK, because killing the music app did not change anything on those songs as it used to do when running IOS 5.0.1. On my part I can almost conclude that this bug is fixed.

  • RogueRaptor Level 1 Level 1

    The distortion is still there and even more so if you up the volume in iTunes options which is what most people are complaining about. All of my music was set at 100% in the iTunes option menu and all sounded great until I stupidly updated to ios5 plus many people have notice that the bass EQ has been adjusted but not in a good way. I passed on the opportunity to upgrade to a 4s and now I'm seeking an alternative because apple seem to not pay any attention to this problem even tho many of us have complained to genius bar and via apple feedback. Really poor handling of it all that's the impression I'm left with.

  • pauldube Level 1 Level 1

    Yes, I must admit that I am not using the Volume option, although I had this problem with Volume set at 0% with IOS 5.0.1 but not anymore.

  • pauldube Level 1 Level 1

    OK! It took some time but disortion is still there. It only happens after some listening and to get rid of it I kill the music app and restart the music.

    So yes the problem is still present. :-(((((((((((

  • RogueRaptor Level 1 Level 1

    Has anyone here updated there iPhone to 5.1 yet? Has it fixed the distortion problem?

  • MaestroRomolo Level 1 Level 1

    Updated my iPod Touch and the problem is the same.

  • fmc159 Level 1 Level 1

    Upgraded to ios 5.1. Still exactly the same on iPad 2, 4s and 3GS in my household. All headphone audio distorted if any bass. Come on apple, this is a disgrace.

  • FrankSmith Level 1 Level 1

    It's the same thing with The New iPad. Who is this affecting? New product same problem, why is not more being said about this?

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