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Originally posted by Jack1991 Jack1991 wrote:

i have a 'Equaliser FX Pro' app on my phone which i have to use when i plug my phone in via aux as for some reason the volume goes really low when on aux. Anyway, it has a volume booster which i turn on and then also i adjust all the EQ through there, which seems to work really well

Phones usually have a software cap on aux volume to stop you from damaging your hearing using headphones too loud. The EQ/volume boost apps just override the level cap in the phone software. Does the trick but it does drain the phone battery quicker too.



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Oh ok cool thanks Sonic! It seems to work really well this app.
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Originally posted by Jack1991 Jack1991 wrote:

Oh ok cool thanks Sonic! It seems to work really well this app.

Thinking about it booster app probably won't drain the battery much using an aux lead because the input impedance to an amp is much higher than wired headphones etc. but definitely chews the battery using the phone speaker.

For home I use a Bluetooth aux adapter, tenner off eBay and sounds perfect.
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Thats a good idea actually using a aux bluetooth adapter. It will stop me accidently pulling the aux out my phone then. And also save some space in my 'amp/cables box' by getting rid of my long aux lead. 

I assume your bluetooth aux adapter is battery powered?
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Originally posted by Jack1991 Jack1991 wrote:

Thats a good idea actually using a aux bluetooth adapter. It will stop me accidently pulling the aux out my phone then. And also save some space in my 'amp/cables box' by getting rid of my long aux lead. 

I assume your bluetooth aux adapter is battery powered?

The one I have has mini usb for power, so you can use a phone charger or usb battery pack. I guess you could also use a car usb charger for 12v battery feed, but you might need to try a couple of different types because some chargers interfere with the audio.


Took ages for delivery so perhaps find a different seller! But this model works perfectly, I've had a couple different types and some are a bit temperamental, Bluetooth drops, noise etc.


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