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playing alarm tone on woofer speaker system instead of playing it on mobile phon


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#1 jkv1255

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Posted 12 October 2014 - 10:00 AM

hi everybody

 

 i have samsung galaxy fame, i know this is out dated phone. its android os is 4.1.2 jelly bean.

 my goal is that when alarm rings on the phone, the alarm tone should play on woofer speaker system to make it louder enough and mood freshing so that i can wake up easily by listening to my favorite tracks.

 

i always  connect 3.5 mm cable of my woofer system to my phone to listen any song. so by using this 3.5 mm cable of woofer system , i want to play alarm tone on the woofer system instead of low sound alarm tone of phone speakers.

 

i tried playing alarm tone on woofers using 3.5 mm cable of woofers but the sound was majorly only in phone speakers and very low volume sound(quieter that phone speakers sound) was in woofer speakers. 

 

plz let me know if i am not clear to express my query.

 

 thanks


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Posted 13 October 2014 - 02:41 PM

oops !!

 

i m still answer less :(



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Posted 14 October 2014 - 07:15 PM

I don't think your phone has the power to generate sufficient volume to hear tones on the woofer. If it was plugged in with external power, then maybe. But your phone was never designed to power a woofer with the 3.5 mm cable.

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Posted 15 October 2014 - 10:23 AM

okay... but that used to happen when i had owned nokia 5130. with nokia 5130 , i used to have voice chat on woofer speakers via 3.5 mm cable, also the sound of ringtones of income calls and alarm tone was always substantialy loud in woofer speakers

 

thanks anyways






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