speakers

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by stock28, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. macrumors member

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    When playing sounds or music through my iphone 5, it sounds like only the right speaker on the bottom is working or it is so much louder that I can't hear anything from the left one. Does anyone elses do this?
     
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    tymaster50

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    ...there is only one speaker and its on the left
     
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    trozau

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    #3
    Other side is a mic. Only one speaker.
     
  4. thread starter macrumors member

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    Sorry, just figured that out. Thanks for the replies though. Feel a little stupid now.
     
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    itsmemuffins

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    iPad mini is the first iDevice to have stereo speakers.
     
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    Rocko1

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    Wrong. Ipad 2 had stereo speakers with one opening in the case. It's been talked about before.
     
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    itsmemuffins

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    Really? Anyway it's moot. The speakers are so close it makes no difference to the sound.
     
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    Rocko1

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    Well as far as stereo separation you are right, there won't be any, but as far as making difference to the sound, yes it will sound better than a single mono speaker or two mono speakers.
     
  9. macrumors 604

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    No biggie..A few weeks after I bought my first iPhone, a 4S, I was in the car, pulled it out, and the display appeared to have dimmed and lost color accuracy. I started to panic since it was only a few weeks old, and then I realized the problem was that I had my polarized sunglasses on. sheesh.
     

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