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Another dumb iTunes question

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Just a quick question regards to iTunes and my 4th gen iPod Nano, I own a EU capped 4th gen Nano and to be honest I find the headphone output to be extremely low, despite cranking up the volume on the click wheel.

Whilst mucking about in iTunes I right mouse clicked over an album (get info) and on the last tag I found a volume option (see attached photo), does anyone know exactly how this works. Does it have a detrimental effect on the SQ if I move the volume slider up a couple of notches?

It's certainly made a difference to the output volume from the headphone jack once I synced the album to my iPod. But I don't want to start mucking around with settings if it's going screw up the overall SQ.

Any advise would be appreciated.
LL
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Why don't you just push it all the way up to +100% and listen to it? Does it sound distorted/compressed?
post #3 of 4
Yeah, when it's so easy to apply why don't you give it a try and tell us what you think?
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You were doing right. There's nothing to fear.
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