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    I've had the same low volume problem to the point it's almost useless even with ear buds, I've been hoping for a fix from Toshiba. That doesn't seem to be happening so I guess I'll go with one of the amps recommended. I was trying to get away without another dangling object but I would like to be able to hear the sudio.

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    I gotta ask: did you go to settings/multimedia/audio enhancement/srs mulitmedia enhancement settings, uncheck Use default settings and then adjust the headphone and system speakers to what you want. If this does not work try Volume+ in the market(FREE)
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    Mine is the opposite. It's so loud! Even on the lowest volume setting. I had to turn off srs sound boost in settings. Practically made my ears ring haha.
    Sent from my toshiba thrive!

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    I tried all the on board settings to no avail and ended up with a Boosteroo with dual output and individual volume controls. The volume from the speakers is also very low but good enough if I'm in a fairly quiet environment.

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    Vgeezy: Yes, already tried that, thanks anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffaloe51 View Post
    I tried all the on board settings to no avail and ended up with a Boosteroo with dual output and individual volume controls. The volume from the speakers is also very low but good enough if I'm in a fairly quiet environment.
    You shoudda listened to ya Mother she said listening to that loud rock and roll would make you go deaf!
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    I just ordered a Flio E5 and it should be here any day. I'll report back on my experiences.

    Quote Originally Posted by MadMax View Post
    I have the same experience Pete59. I have seen suggested to use an in-line amplifier to boost the volume. Companies like Boosteroo and Fiio are good options as I understand. I have yet to try anything myself.

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    Thrive Volume: How do I make it louder?

    get "Speaker Boost" from the Play Store and set it to 100%.........what a difference!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarface98 View Post
    get "Speaker Boost" from the Play Store and set it to 100%.........what a difference!!
    WARNING Per the developer:

    USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Playing audio at high volumes, especially for a prolonged amount of time, can destroy speakers and/or damage hearing. Some users HAVE reported destroyed speakers and earphones. IF YOU HEAR DISTORTED AUDIO, LOWER THE VOLUME (but it may be too late).
    I have this app, and there is a warning within the app as well, that says
    particularly be aware of boosts above 40%, especially with music
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    Don't go to loud it has been know to blow the thrive speakers. I have know trouble with my sound. there has been a few folks asking your same quention. some did have bad speakers and were sent back
    Cheers, Jeanette ,
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