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  1. nzrocketman's Avatar
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    when listening to music and you increase the volume, does everyone get a split second of distortions
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    Overall bad sound imho. Tested with store display as well and im kinda bummed

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    No issues here, sounds great. Bit of echo when Dolby is enabled on some sources but i am really happy.
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    my sound is excellent when playing music and videos. really impressed with it. its just when i change the volume
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    it's not a big deal but i as well get distortion. happens on ringtones too
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    I had that happen to me too. I compared it to some at the store, and they didn't do that. I had hard reset it a couple of times and it didn't change, but at the store, they tried doing a hard reset using the hardware buttons instead of going into the settings, and that seemed to fix it for me.
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