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Hawaiiguy's avatar

does iPhone have an audio limiter on its board that could possibly be overclocked with a program tweak?

Asked by Hawaiiguy (316points) September 2nd, 2007 from iPhone
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samkusnetz's avatar

unlikely. it’s easier and cheaper to limit volume in software, and so that’s most likely what’s going on. more likely, i think, is that the amplifier and speaker themselves are underpowered in the interest of keeping cost down and battery life long. i have been totally unimpressed with the volume of my iphone…

samkusnetz's avatar

oops. meant to say that it’s easier and cheaper to limit volume in hardware.

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