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Sound quality and Effects

(Topic created on: 23-05-2024 10:25 AM)
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_Lee_
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Been checking out these features and by going into 'adapt sounds', I see the over 60 option boosts all frequencies. From what I can tell it just sounds like the volume overall is increased. 

I'm guessing this isn't technically correct and I'm not well versed on how frequencies work entirely, but would this correct since it increased all? 

I'm no where near over 60 and I tend to crank up that volume when listening to music, am I going deaf lol or do others just experience a balanced increase in volume.
(I also have Dolby Atmos feature on)
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Deanbed
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Well Lee I am music mad with vinyl, cd's, or hi-res files & over a thousand albums & I am registered hard of hearing plus over 60.
I have the samsung s24ultra & have to tweak the sound although there is an over 60 auto setting, not everyone's hearing is the same so it's a case everyone should be catered for by equaliser & other settings. For instance in my left ear which is damaged through an injury only gets about 70% compared to 100% in my right. It's a science so therefore you are correcting what you need to hear.
_Lee_
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OK so upping the equaliser in all frequencies is equal to turning the volume up then? I understand testing particular frequencies to cater for each individual.
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Deanbed
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Basically frequencies are a volume yes, despite my bad hearing adjusting those frequencies allow me to hear better in my left ear which is my problem ear. Can I just had It's only with headphones as normal speakers are at a distance so don't affect me as much, strange but true lol.20240421_150351~2_1000024784_1715294220.jpg
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