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  1. #1
    d-kopf
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    I was just wondering about a little odd thing when I set my ring volume to
    max. When the phone recieves a call there is first a little short, low
    "ordinary" ring sound immediately followed by my set ring tone, but at very
    low volume and then increasing to full volume in about a second or so. Can't
    I have my set ring tone at full blast at once?

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  2. #2
    Chewie
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    Re: T610 max ring volume acting up?

    In article <[email protected]>, [email protected]
    says...
    > I was just wondering about a little odd thing when I set my ring volume to
    > max. When the phone recieves a call there is first a little short, low
    > "ordinary" ring sound immediately followed by my set ring tone, but at very
    > low volume and then increasing to full volume in about a second or so. Can't
    > I have my set ring tone at full blast at once?


    Nope, it's a 'safety feature' according to SE.
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  3. #3
    Carl.
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    Re: T610 max ring volume acting up?

    "d-kopf" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I was just wondering about a little odd thing when I set my ring volume to
    > max. When the phone recieves a call there is first a little short, low
    > "ordinary" ring sound immediately followed by my set ring tone, but at

    very
    > low volume and then increasing to full volume in about a second or so.

    Can't
    > I have my set ring tone at full blast at once?


    Takes exactly 3 seconds on my t300 for it to reach full volume. A little
    silly, but the only thing that really bothers me about it is missing the
    first 3 seconds of a musical ringer, which is fixed by the fact that most
    MIDIs have 3 seconds of silence in the beginning anyway, and if not I use
    Anvil Studio to add it.


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  4. #4
    d-kopf
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    Re: T610 max ring volume acting up?

    Oh, so that's why you get that message that says "high ring volumes can
    damage your hearing blah blah" every time that you change the ringer volume?
    Is this for people who have taped their phone to their ear waiting for a
    call? It's not like it is very healthy to have an older Ericsson model to
    your ear when the tone Mixed is set to highest either, so why did they
    suddenly add this, IMHO, crappy feature, fear of lawsuits perhaps?

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    "Chewie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>, [email protected]
    > says...
    > > I was just wondering about a little odd thing when I set my ring volume

    to
    > > max. When the phone recieves a call there is first a little short, low
    > > "ordinary" ring sound immediately followed by my set ring tone, but at

    very
    > > low volume and then increasing to full volume in about a second or so.

    Can't
    > > I have my set ring tone at full blast at once?

    >
    > Nope, it's a 'safety feature' according to SE.
    > --
    > Chewie.
    > http://football.guardian.co.uk/comme...843348,00.html





  5. #5
    Andrew Thomas
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    Re: T610 max ring volume acting up?

    "d-kopf" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Oh, so that's why you get that message that says "high ring volumes can
    > damage your hearing blah blah" every time that you change the ringer volume?
    > Is this for people who have taped their phone to their ear waiting for a
    > call? It's not like it is very healthy to have an older Ericsson model to
    > your ear when the tone Mixed is set to highest either, so why did they
    > suddenly add this, IMHO, crappy feature, fear of lawsuits perhaps?


    Yes. It's for ****-thick, greedy, sue-happy consumers who set the
    loudest ringtone, deafen themselves, and march straight up to the
    courthouse. Given a choice between annoying a few right-thinking
    consumers, and protecting yourself from swingeing lawsuits from
    litigious, responsibility-dodging twats, I'd take the annoying
    approach.

    This is how it will be forever, until right-thinking consumers gang up
    on and quash the activities the small, greedy, intensely irritating
    minority that screws it up for everyone else. Chances of that
    happening? Zero.



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