Although the iPod Touch allows you to turn the volume all the way up, you may experience low volume during song playback due to an issue with the device. If you wish to fix the device yourself rather than exchange it at the place of purchase, there are a few tweaks for both your iPod Touch and the iTunes on your Mac computer that can help improve the volume during playback.
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Things you need
- iPod Touch
- USB cable
Check the "Volume Limit" on your iPod Touch: Press the "Home" button on your device and slide your finger across the screen to unlock the iPod. Tap the "Settings" button, then tap the "Music" tab.
Tap the "Volume Limit" tab and slide your finger on the volume bar until the circle indicator reaches the far right of the bar.
Tap the button in the upper-left corner, then slide your finger to the left, so that the "Sound Check" tab reads "Off."
Open iTunes on your Mac computer (desktop or laptop). Click the "Music" tab under the "Library" section, and click on the song at the top of the screen to highlight it. Hold the "Shift" key down and click on the last song in your library.
Release the "Shift" key. Right-click the highlighted area and click "Get Info." Click the "Options" tab.
Check the box next to "Volume Adjustment," and click and hold your mouse over the tab, then move the tab to the right to increase the volume. Release the mouse and click "OK."
Plug your iPod Touch into your computer using the USB cable. Click your iPod Touch's name under the "Devices" section of iTunes. Click the "Sync" button to sync your song settings to your device.
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