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현재 버전 게시자: radu_cloud ,

텍스트:

Hi, I’ve found that going into the so-called “low frequency mode” fixes it completely - after also having made a firmware update (so my firmware is now as of 1-aug-2020).
For those unaware, “low frequency mode” does not put in a low frequency booster, as it might sound, but instead disables the sound processor. The same sound processor that cuts out quiet sounds also cuts low frequencies at high amplitudes, to avoid distortion - therefore they call this disabling “low frequency mode” because there will be no more low frequency CUTTING. So, thank you JBL, but I like my sound just as it is; if it’s so loud that it distorts, I can take care to lower the volume or put in an equalizer as I desire.
So:
-bluetooth + volume minus - go into “low frequency mode” a k a unaltered sound
+longpress bluetooth + volume minus - go into “low frequency mode” a k a unaltered sound; longpress them again to return to “processed mode”
-play/pause + volume plus - hardware reset, to go back - of course, all other settings are lost too
+Restarting or shutting down reverts to the default “processed mode”.

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편집자: Kristen Gismondi (투표 내용) ,

텍스트:

Hi, I’ve found that going into the so-called “low frequency mode” fixes it completely - after also having made a firmware update (so my firmware is now as of 1-aug-2020).

For those unaware, “low frequency mode” does not put in a low frequency booster, as it might sound, but instead disables the sound processor. The same sound processor that cuts out quiet sounds also cuts low frequencies at high amplitudes, to avoid distortion - therefore they call this disabling “low frequency mode” because there will be no more low frequency CUTTING. So, thank you JBL, but I like my sound just as it is; if it’s so loud that it distorts, I can take care to lower the volume or put in an equalizer as I desire.

So:

bluetooth + volume minus - go into “low frequency mode” a k a unaltered sound

play/pause + volume plus - hardware reset, to go back - of course, all other settings are lost too

현황:

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+open

편집자: radu_cloud ,

텍스트:

Hi, I’ve found that going into the so-called “low frequency mode” fixes it completely - after also having made a firmware update (so my firmware is now as of 1-aug-2020).

For those unaware, “low frequency mode” does not put in a low frequency booster, as it might sound, but instead disables the sound processor. The same sound processor that cuts out quiet sounds also cuts low frequencies at high amplitudes, to avoid distortion - therefore they call this disabling “low frequency mode” because there will be no more low frequency CUTTING. So, thank you JBL, but I like my sound just as it is; if it’s so loud that it distorts, I can take care to lower the volume or put in an equalizer as I desire.

So:

bluetooth + volume minus - go into “low frequency mode” a k a unaltered sound

play/pause + volume plus - hardware reset, to go back - of course, all other settings are lost too

현황:

-open
+deleted

편집자: radu_cloud ,

텍스트:

Hi, I’ve found that going into the so-called “low frequency mode” fixes it completely - after also having made a firmware update (so my firmware is now as of 1-aug-2020).
For those unaware, “low frequency mode” does not put in a low frequency booster, as it might sound, but instead disables the sound processor. The same sound processor that cuts out quiet sounds also cuts low frequencies at high amplitudes, to avoid distortion - therefore they call this disabling “low frequency mode” because there will be no more low frequency CUTTING. So, thank you JBL, but I like my sound just as it is; if it’s so loud that it distorts, I can take care to lower the volume or put in an equalizer as I desire.
So:
bluetooth + volume minus - go into “low frequency mode” a k a unaltered sound
-play/pause + volume up - hardware reset, to go back - of course, all other settings are lost too
+play/pause + volume plus - hardware reset, to go back - of course, all other settings are lost too

현황:

open

편집자: radu_cloud ,

텍스트:

Hi, I’ve found that going into the so-called “low frequency mode” fixes it completely - after also having made a firmware update (so my firmware is now as of 1-aug-2020).
For those unaware, “low frequency mode” does not put in a low frequency booster, as it might sound, but instead disables the sound processor. The same sound processor that cuts out quiet sounds also cuts low frequencies at high amplitudes, to avoid distortion - therefore they call this disabling “low frequency mode” because there will be no more low frequency CUTTING. So, thank you JBL, but I like my sound just as it is; if it’s so loud that it distorts, I can take care to lower the volume or put in an equalizer as I desire.
So:
-bluetooth + volume minus - go into “low frequency mode”
+bluetooth + volume minus - go into “low frequency mode” a k a unaltered sound
play/pause + volume up - hardware reset, to go back - of course, all other settings are lost too

현황:

open

편집자: radu_cloud ,

텍스트:

-Hi, I found that going into the so-called “low frequency mode” fixes it completely - after also having made a firmware update (so my firmware is now as of 1-aug-2020).
+Hi, I’ve found that going into the so-called “low frequency mode” fixes it completely - after also having made a firmware update (so my firmware is now as of 1-aug-2020).
For those unaware, “low frequency mode” does not put in a low frequency booster, as it might sound, but instead disables the sound processor. The same sound processor that cuts out quiet sounds also cuts low frequencies at high amplitudes, to avoid distortion - therefore they call this disabling “low frequency mode” because there will be no more low frequency CUTTING. So, thank you JBL, but I like my sound just as it is; if it’s so loud that it distorts, I can take care to lower the volume or put in an equalizer as I desire.
So:
bluetooth + volume minus - go into “low frequency mode”
play/pause + volume up - hardware reset, to go back - of course, all other settings are lost too

현황:

open

원문 게시자: radu_cloud ,

텍스트:

Hi, I found that going into the so-called “low frequency mode” fixes it completely - after also having made a firmware update (so my firmware is now as of 1-aug-2020).

For those unaware, “low frequency mode” does not put in a low frequency booster, as it might sound, but instead disables the sound processor. The same sound processor that cuts out quiet sounds also cuts low frequencies at high amplitudes, to avoid distortion - therefore they call this disabling “low frequency mode” because there will be no more low frequency CUTTING. So, thank you JBL, but I like my sound just as it is; if it’s so loud that it distorts, I can take care to lower the volume or put in an equalizer as I desire.

So:

bluetooth + volume minus - go into “low frequency mode”

play/pause + volume up - hardware reset, to go back - of course, all other settings are lost too

현황:

open