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  1. #1
    Thore Sorensen
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    Hi all...
    Just found this group...lovely

    When my T610 rings, it starts very low and then rising to an acceptable
    level where I acctually can hear it if its on a table some meters
    away...
    The problem is, when I hear it, the caller is gone sometimes...
    In the setup menu I've set it to NOT do this, but with no effect...
    (there is no difference, whether its on or off..)

    Somebody?

    --
    Venlig hilsen / Best regards
    Thore Sorensen - DK2700 Brønshøj / DK2620 Albertslund

    (fjern eventuelle 'Z'-er hvis du mailer direkte)



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  2. #2
    Mexx
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    Re: Ringtone...


    "Thore Sorensen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi all...
    > Just found this group...lovely
    >
    > When my T610 rings, it starts very low and then rising to an acceptable
    > level where I acctually can hear it if its on a table some meters
    > away...
    > The problem is, when I hear it, the caller is gone sometimes...
    > In the setup menu I've set it to NOT do this, but with no effect...
    > (there is no difference, whether its on or off..)


    There IS a difference. When it's OFF, there's only one low signal followed
    by the normal volume. When it's ON, there's one low signal followed by an
    increasing signal. The first low volume signal is to prevent ear damage for
    in case you had your phone against your ear when it starts ringing. Many
    discussions about this, try google. Anyway, you cannot change this first low
    volume ring. It's annoying, I know...

    Mexx





  3. #3
    Harryville
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    Re: Ringtone...


    "Thore Sorensen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi all...
    > Just found this group...lovely
    >
    > When my T610 rings, it starts very low and then rising to an acceptable
    > level where I acctually can hear it if its on a table some meters
    > away...
    > The problem is, when I hear it, the caller is gone sometimes...
    > In the setup menu I've set it to NOT do this, but with no effect...
    > (there is no difference, whether its on or off..)
    >
    > Somebody?
    >
    > --
    > Venlig hilsen / Best regards
    > Thore Sorensen - DK2700 Brønshøj / DK2620 Albertslund
    >
    > (fjern eventuelle 'Z'-er hvis du mailer direkte)


    Isnt it also something to do with Poly ringtones? The increasing ringtone
    function doesnt really have anything to do with this small flaw!





  4. #4
    Thore Sorensen
    Guest

    Re: Ringtone...

    On Thu, 18 Mar 2004 14:51:18 +0100, "Mexx"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >"Thore Sorensen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> Hi all...
    >> Just found this group...lovely
    >>
    >> When my T610 rings, it starts very low and then rising to an acceptable
    >> level where I acctually can hear it if its on a table some meters
    >> away...
    >> The problem is, when I hear it, the caller is gone sometimes...
    >> In the setup menu I've set it to NOT do this, but with no effect...
    >> (there is no difference, whether its on or off..)

    >
    >There IS a difference. When it's OFF, there's only one low signal followed
    >by the normal volume. When it's ON, there's one low signal followed by an
    >increasing signal. The first low volume signal is to prevent ear damage for
    >in case you had your phone against your ear when it starts ringing. Many
    >discussions about this, try google. Anyway, you cannot change this first low
    >volume ring. It's annoying, I know...
    >
    >Mexx
    >

    OK..Thanks for enlighning me...

    --
    Venlig hilsen / Best regards
    Thore Sorensen - DK2700 Brønshøj / DK2620 Albertslund

    (fjern eventuelle 'Z'-er hvis du mailer direkte)



  5. #5
    Richard Williams
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    Re: Ringtone...

    Mexx wrote:

    > The first low volume signal is to
    > prevent ear damage for in case you had your phone against your ear
    > when it starts ringing.


    Is that why my P900 makes a series of clicking sounds before the ring tone
    actually begins? I've always wondered if it was possible to turn that off.





  6. #6
    Mexx
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    Re: Ringtone...


    "Richard Williams" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Mexx wrote:
    >
    > > The first low volume signal is to
    > > prevent ear damage for in case you had your phone against your ear
    > > when it starts ringing.

    >
    > Is that why my P900 makes a series of clicking sounds before the ring tone
    > actually begins? I've always wondered if it was possible to turn that off.


    Probably... In this way they can't be sewed for making someone deaf :-)

    Mexx





  7. #7
    Bowman
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    Re: Ringtone...


    "Richard Williams" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Mexx wrote:
    >
    > > The first low volume signal is to
    > > prevent ear damage for in case you had your phone against your ear
    > > when it starts ringing.

    >
    > Is that why my P900 makes a series of clicking sounds before the ring tone
    > actually begins? I've always wondered if it was possible to turn that off.


    Mine doesn't make a series of clicking sounds before the ringtone begins.
    Are you using a midi?

    Bowman







  8. #8
    Richard Williams
    Guest

    Re: Ringtone...

    Bowman wrote:

    > Mine doesn't make a series of clicking sounds before the ringtone
    > begins. Are you using a midi?


    I generally use MP3s for ringtones. It goes "click click (pause) click"
    before the ringtone starts, as the caller info is appearing on the screen.
    No big deal, I just wondered why.





  9. #9
    Bowman
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    Re: Ringtone...


    "Richard Williams" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:NJ77c.867774$X%[email protected]
    > Bowman wrote:
    >
    > > Mine doesn't make a series of clicking sounds before the ringtone
    > > begins. Are you using a midi?

    >
    > I generally use MP3s for ringtones. It goes "click click (pause) click"
    > before the ringtone starts, as the caller info is appearing on the screen.
    > No big deal, I just wondered why.


    Mine's never done that, and I haven't heard of anyone else's doing it
    either. I'd guess it's not a serious problem but I have no idea what's
    causing it.

    Bowman





  10. #10
    Odette
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    Re: Ringtone...

    "Richard Williams" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > Mexx wrote:
    >
    >> The first low volume signal is to
    >> prevent ear damage for in case you had your phone against your ear
    >> when it starts ringing.

    >
    > Is that why my P900 makes a series of clicking sounds before the ring
    > tone actually begins? I've always wondered if it was possible to turn
    > that off.
    >
    >
    >


    The P900 only does this when you use increasing ringtonevolume



  11. #11
    Richard Williams
    Guest

    Re: Ringtone...

    Odette wrote:

    > The P900 only does this when you use increasing ringtonevolume


    Ahhhh. I always have mine set to increasing ring. Thanx for clearing that
    up.





  12. #12
    Bowman
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    Re: Ringtone...


    "Odette" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > "Richard Williams" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    > > Mexx wrote:
    > >
    > >> The first low volume signal is to
    > >> prevent ear damage for in case you had your phone against your ear
    > >> when it starts ringing.

    > >
    > > Is that why my P900 makes a series of clicking sounds before the ring
    > > tone actually begins? I've always wondered if it was possible to turn
    > > that off.
    > >
    > >
    > >

    >
    > The P900 only does this when you use increasing ringtonevolume


    Lol, never even considered that as I've never used it. Oh well, you learn
    something new every day.

    Bowman





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