View Poll Results: Do you encounter the sound problem described below?

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  • Pinching noise and rustle (sea shell noise)

    4 57.14%
  • Only pinching noise

    1 14.29%
  • Only rustle

    2 28.57%
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Discuss [1.1.4 (1.1.2 OTB)][Problem]Noise/Rustle with iPhone headphones at the General - Hackint0sh.org; Hi guys, first of all i must apologise for my english, it is not my ...
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    Unhappy [1.1.4 (1.1.2 OTB)][Problem]Noise/Rustle with iPhone headphones

    Hi guys,

    first of all i must apologise for my english, it is not my native language, but hopefuly you will understand what i'm saying. Second of all, this may not be a very big deal for some of you, but it is for me and i'm very sure for others too.

    The actual problem is a noise/rustle that i hear whenever i plug in my headphones into the iphone. It is like when you listen to the ocean through a sea shell :p. It really bothers me and i don't think this is an acceptable flaw. The courious thing is that this doesn't happen if i use the "line out" connector from behind the dock. Does enyone has the same problem or know the answer to this one? If you don't know how to test this, please follow these instructions:

    1. open iPod aplication on your iPhone and start playing any song;
    2. pause the song;
    3. move the volume knoob at minimum

    (At this point) Did you noticed a small pinch? I'm guessing that is the amplifier switch off (so maybe is it ok?)

    4. move the volume knoob to the right (the pinch noise kicks again but with that also comes the noise i described upper in this post - sea shell noise)

    i've checked this with some of my friends and only one of them reported a similar result. what could be the problem?

    I also must mention that i am running 1.1.4, bl 3.9fb, 04.04.05_g, iPlus 1.1 unlocked.

    Thanks in advance,
    varucu.
    Last edited by varucu; 03-16-2008 at 02:20 AM.



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    c`mon guys at least take the test and show your results. i also messed a little with the ipod settings but without success

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    Same problem here...
    How is possible to hiss like this THE BEST MP3player in the world?

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    I definately get the pinch noise you describe, and I agree that this is most likely the amp, but as for the hiss, I get a very slight almost unnoticable hiss, that I think is probably just the fact that the included head-phones are not the best in the world.
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    10x for your reply. i myself was thinking the same thing probably due to the low impedance of the headphones. but how do you explain the fact that using the back "line out" connection of the dock (same headphones) gives no such sounds? and how do you explain the fact that using the same headphones in another player gives again no such sounds?

    i myself interpret this as a power drain that may be coming from poor "power management". but i might be wrong...hopefully an expert will reply and enlighten us.
    Last edited by varucu; 03-16-2008 at 01:42 PM.


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    The headphones are ok... in another mp3player are working just fine...
    I can`t explain how older mp3players don`t hiss and this iphone hiss...It has the ipod technology...

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    possibly due to the mic feeding back into the headphones, I think that through the dock connector the mic does not become active, may be wrong on this one. Other causes could just be that it's due to the ipod being on pause.
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    hmmm... the thing with the mic does make sense...

    yeah... the mic is not active while in dock... i've just tested it. like i'm sure it's not active in other players...
    Last edited by varucu; 03-16-2008 at 02:05 PM.

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    my earphone just fine. i'm running 1.1.4 3.9fb, unlock 2.0b iplus. everything is a OK fantastic....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doktaphex View Post
    possibly due to the mic feeding back into the headphones, I think that through the dock connector the mic does not become active, may be wrong on this one. Other causes could just be that it's due to the ipod being on pause.

    But do you think that is normal?! It`s somehow annoing this sound and I don`t understand the ppl that say they don`t hear this sound... How is possible?


 

 
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