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Old Jan 2, 2013, 07:28 PM   #1
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Iphone 4 plays audiobooks too fast

This may sound strange but my Iphone 4 running V 6.0 (10A403) is playing audiobooks at a faster speed than it should. I've noticed it on the last couple of books and it may coincide with my updating the software to 6.0 (can't remember what it was originally). I've compared it back to back with the same books as played on the PC and while they are still listenable, they are definitely being played too fast. Am I crazy? I can't find any speed adjustments on the phone... Has anyone else experienced this? Should I delete the books and try synching them again?
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Old Jan 2, 2013, 07:58 PM   #2
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This may sound strange but my Iphone 4 running V 6.0 (10A403) is playing audiobooks at a faster speed than it should. I've noticed it on the last couple of books and it may coincide with my updating the software to 6.0 (can't remember what it was originally). I've compared it back to back with the same books as played on the PC and while they are still listenable, they are definitely being played too fast. Am I crazy? I can't find any speed adjustments on the phone... Has anyone else experienced this? Should I delete the books and try synching them again?
I've only had this experience when my music app accidentally had the 1x
button pressed. Is music playing right?
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I just copied a few familiar tunes onto the phone and they sound correct. And the audiobooks still sound too fast... Where is the 1X button (is that one the phone or itunes)?
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I just copied a few familiar tunes onto the phone and they sound correct. And the audiobooks still sound too fast... Where is the 1X button (is that one the phone or itunes)?
On the phone itself, in the music app, just above the picture of the book/song, on the right side. Left has the "repeat" then the two "15" buttons, then 1x.
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Thanks very much LS, that was it! (I had to use a magnifying glass to see it)...
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Thanks very much LS, that was it! (I had to use a magnifying glass to see it)...
Great! Now you know for next time. Glad it worked out.
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