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Possible fix for poor volume on Q9H - No joke

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Q9H users, I know... and you KNOW that the sound on your Q9H just sucks, even on max loudness setting. It just doesn't cut it. All the other Q, Q9C and Q9M users are able to get their volume up high with the basegains hack, but the sad part is that it doesn't work on the Q9H due to very different hardware. There have been a couple of sound tweaks for the Q9H but nothing worth writing home about, and nothing like the basegains hack. Well, I have been working my arse off on this one for months. I may have found the center of all audio controls and I am now working on the output levels and compander thresholds. But, I cannot test any adjustments because I do not own a Q9H. I have posted over on Smartappsworld and Hellomotoq. So far I have not got any testers for this. If ANYONE is interested in testing different audio settings on their Q9H, please post in here. I assure and promise you that any settings, tweaks or .cab files that I post will NOT cause harm to your Q9H. No one has come forward with this yet to date, but now I have. Again, those who wish to test , post in here and I will upload a .cab file. ...know this.. You are my ears on this one :)

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Q9H users, I know... and you KNOW that the sound on your Q9H just sucks, even on max loudness setting. It just doesn't cut it. All the other Q, Q9C and Q9M users are able to get their volume up high with the basegains hack, but the sad part is that it doesn't work on the Q9H due to very different hardware. There have been a couple of sound tweaks for the Q9H but nothing worth writing home about, and nothing like the basegains hack. Well, I have been working my arse off on this one for months. I may have found the center of all audio controls and I am now working on the output levels and compander thresholds. But, I cannot test any adjustments because I do not own a Q9H. I have posted over on Smartappsworld and Hellomotoq. So far I have not got any testers for this. If ANYONE is interested in testing different audio settings on their Q9H, please post in here. I assure and promise you that any settings, tweaks or .cab files that I post will NOT cause harm to your Q9H. No one has come forward with this yet to date, but now I have. Again, those who wish to test , post in here and I will upload a .cab file. ...know this.. You are my ears on this one :D

Been awhile since I've played with my 9h...Got it set where I like it, but I'll give it a try. Speaker rocked out loud when I first got it, but now almost a year old its lacking. I'll definitely give it a try.

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