This is a discussion on Samsung Galaxy Ace Headphone Issue within the Samsung Galaxy Ace forums, part of the Samsung Android Phones category; Originally Posted by Dejan Lol, i found this topic via google, searching for the solution. Anyway i have exactly the sam issue. Awful sound quality ...
Most likely it's a hardware defect with the earbuds. Since all other earbuds/phones or other audio devices work good with my phone, i doubt tha there is something wrong with it .
Thanks anyway, i'll certainly contact samsung support.
Haha, so im not alone here, and i have even tried them on other things and its still bad, the only time it sounds good is when it's in the samsung galaxy S
Just tested my Ace with my Sennheiser earbuds; perfect sound! Volume (Mediavolume) at max but volume reasonable!!
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As Crippler96 sugested, it seems people here are talking about seperate issues all together.
Although I have no idea what causes it yet, I just installed music on my phone so I can finally have some music to listen to.
My phone is an Samsung Galacy Ace as well.
I bought a new headphone headset for which I can attach my own headset to it (I don't tend to like inear headphones).
I first tried the 'genuine samsung' innerear headphones and they sounded terrible.
Then plugged in my own Senheiser headset and... it was even worse since this headset is fairly pure when it comes to playing what it receives.
It's simply so bad you can't really blame it on the headset anymore so (and this I can sugest to others as well), before blaming it on the hardware or anything, try playing 'general' sounds from the headset it self.
Meaning, I tried the build-in radio and it was perfect, even on the geniune samsung headphone.
I tried Toki Tori using the headset, perfect!
It really isn't the audio jack or the hardware, it's the music player!
At first I thought it might be the new MSDH card I just attached but after deleting all my music, moving my apps over to the phoe and formatting the card through the phone menu, the quality is still the same, even when buying, downloading a song through the phone.
My next step is trying to find a free music player from the app store and to try that and hopefully it's better.
I will contact Samsung Support as well though.
Last edited by furbearingmammal; 07-20-2011 at 09:48 PM.
I would check into music box or gtunes if I were you and see if they work. Both are free.
Tunewiki or Winamp FTW for free music players.
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I think there might be problem in your headset, mostly headset gets, damage soon we should not listen music in louder voice and the head set wire should not be fold so that we can use our headset for long time.