Pokemon Batlle Sounds Problem! Help!

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Apr 21, 2009
  1. shinytogekiss3
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    I'm using r4 with YS Menu. When I am in a battle in Pokemon Diamond/Platinum, I cant hear certain sounds. These sounds are the ones in battle which affect your pokemon in battle. e.g. Leftovers gain, sound when you receive damage, pokemon's cry when sent out, etc.

    Does anybody else have the problem, and can people please help!

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    nope, its normal
     
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    Are you using headphones? If you are, it might be because the sound is set to stereo (iirc), which makes it so that each side plays different sounds. Left side plays sounds related to your Pokemon, and right side plays sounds of the opponent's Pokemon.
     
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    correct, also it may sound diferent depending of the proper headphone itself(quality)
     
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    not using headphones, but interestingly, when i set the sound to mono it worked! by the way, what's the difference between mono and stereo?
     
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    Stereo has two independent channels, left and right headsphones for instance. This is the case for music; as in at the start of a song, soft metal comes on in the left ear only, and then harder metal comes in the right or both. Mono is the single channel from a single signal, in both amplifiers, giving the same sound. You will be able to hear the difference if it is included in a game option (either use headphones, or stick your ear beside each DS speaker).
     
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    and some games support sorround
     

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