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Weird iphone discovery!! MUST READ!!! ONLY USES......

by kanderman / July 7, 2007 5:37 AM PDT

I don't know if this is supposed to be like this or if mine is flawed but for some reason the iphone only uses its left speaker when playing a song. I played a song from my playlist and put my finger over the left speaker, the sound completely diminished! I put my finger over the right speaker and it didn't change at all! Why does it use only one speaker! This could solve the problems with the speakerphone?Has anyone else tried this, if not, do so and see for yourself. Tell me if this is a flaw or just on mine please.

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I haven't noticed
by Alegoo92 / July 7, 2007 6:56 AM PDT

Though I rarely play without headphones.. But I remember noting that on the tour - the left speaker was a "speaker", the right being a "microphone". But when I listened to CrankyGeeks on mine I didn't see any problem with the audio... I'll check it out sometime.

Alex

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You're right
by jialuolu-2096123418310153 / July 8, 2007 2:44 AM PDT
In reply to: I haven't noticed
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