Easy Volume Booster FREE ANDROID DOWNLOAD @ PLAY STORE
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Easy Volume Booster FREE ANDROID DOWNLOAD @ PLAY STORE

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Found 11th MayEdited by:"RUSSt"
Try this new amazing soundbooster. It will increase your speakers volume up to 10-25%.

What sets Easy VolumeBooster from other similar applications is that when a user taps on the speakers this booster not only amplifies the sound to the end, but also uses the built-in Android equalizer to optimize the frequency channels by means of a special algorithm. So the result is a stronger and clearer sound.

You can choose three types of volume to be boosted:
* Media player volume,
* Ringer volume,
* Alarm volume,
* Any combination of all three
It will improve the volume and sound of your speakers and headphones and make them sound like a HiFi system.
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"It will improve the volume and sound of your speakers and headphones and make them sound like a HiFi system"


I very much doubt it.
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"It will improve the volume and sound of your speakers and headphones and make them sound like a HiFi system"


I very much doubt it.
This is total junk. Ads pop up every time you open the app. If you try and close the ad the app closes. Not even seen the app work yet only seen ads. Uninstalled it
It's crap. Too many ads and basically forces top volume on your phone. You can't turn it down!
mickrick2 h, 3 m ago

"It will improve the volume and sound of your speakers and headphones and …"It will improve the volume and sound of your speakers and headphones and make them sound like a HiFi system"I very much doubt it.



Which Hi-Fi system? Last time I checked they all had differently levels of volume based on amplifier and speaker capabilities.

Additionally even if an app could boost your phone's volume to make it louder than it was intended to upon leaving the factory then it risks damaging the components and the speaker itself?

I smell nonsense.
I can vouch for this.

With this installed my phone compares to my Quad Hi-fi system that I have spend several thousands pounds on.
WHAT?
Dragon3237 m ago

I can vouch for this.With this installed my phone compares to my Quad …I can vouch for this.With this installed my phone compares to my Quad Hi-fi system that I have spend several thousands pounds on.



Do you have speakers from a 1968 Ford Corsair connected to your amp?

This is a Ford Corsair, by the way:

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It's true. I was sat next to him on the Edinburgh coach to London. I confess that I only voted this deal cold to prevent more people from deafening me with Glastonbury levels of volume whilst on public transport.
mickrick4 h, 39 m ago

Do you have speakers from a 1968 Ford Corsair connected to your amp? This …Do you have speakers from a 1968 Ford Corsair connected to your amp? This is a Ford Corsair, by the way:[Image]


That made me laugh.

I remember with my first stereo at home I had an old Vauxhall car stereo connected to normal speakers in my bedroom.

Don't have any decent stereo in my car or home nowadays as don't get time with my 9 year old twins.
Dragon3256 m ago

That made me laugh.I remember with my first stereo at home I had an old …That made me laugh.I remember with my first stereo at home I had an old Vauxhall car stereo connected to normal speakers in my bedroom.Don't have any decent stereo in my car or home nowadays as don't get time with my 9 year old twins.


Hehehehehe. :-D

What happened to your Quad Hi-fi system that you formally spent thousands on?.

Or am u missing something ... lol. ;-)
Hahahahahaaaa.

Look, no. I'd run this by HiFi Wigwam but I don't even know if I have to. If you're looking to get a proper analogue air vibration (for want of a better word) from a digital source, you do *not* want to mess with that said digital source. In any way. Really. Whether it's FLAC or MP3 or AAC or whatever, please don't assume that it's going to your speakers as it ought to (use Fidelizer on windows maybe - I have for many years) and for the sake of 'your' society please don't most often change the sounds by way of EQ or whatever to something the recording engineers or mixing pros or whatever did NOT want the sound to be when they mastered the album.

I would much rather they were mastering and distributing at a higher headroom like 24 bit though we are where we are.

This app is fluff and detrius. You should not EQ something louder to make it louder if you know what's good for your enjoyment of a track as it was intended to be played.

I will now apologise to all those who do not give two ***** about sound quality and audio mastering.
Edited by: "Zoea" 12th May
Don't say you weren't warned when your phone speaker gets permanently destroyed....


Terrible ,uninstalled due to ads.
Not seeing any ads but that's thanks to Adguard.

Probably safer to increase the phone volume in the area it's needed (rather than universally) via Engineer Mode.
Edited by: "pxh" 12th May
amour3k16 h, 48 m ago

Hehehehehe. :-DWhat happened to your Quad Hi-fi system that you formally …Hehehehehe. :-DWhat happened to your Quad Hi-fi system that you formally spent thousands on?.Or am u missing something ... lol. ;-)


I never really had enough for the Quad stuff (was just a joke) although did spend a fair bit on fairly decent HiFi stuff (Rotel, B&O, Cambridge Audio and then a fair bit on car stereo stuff (Alpine, Genesis and Kef)), but nowhere near the price of the decent Quad stuff.
Years ago on my old crappy LG phone there was an app which could do this, but that was only because a certain number of phone models back then came out with the output "restricted" in the OS, the app simply removed the restriction from the OS but you needed Root access or a custom rom would do the same trick.

Most phones these days don't have that type of restriction so it's just waffle to access your data....
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