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Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by Jhongerkong, Sep 11, 2007.

  1. Jhongerkong
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    Jhongerkong GBAtemp Fan

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    i heard there was a homebrew app that raises the maximum volume of the ds. is this true?
     
  2. Pigwooly

    Pigwooly GBAtemp Fan

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    That would be really cool. I hate how quiet most games are on the DS lite.
     
  3. Jhongerkong
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    yea. the only good part about the old ds was the volume
     
  4. notnarb

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    moonshell can raise the audio for the media it platys (movies and music)
     
  5. Jhongerkong
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    Jhongerkong GBAtemp Fan

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    yeah, i know that. what im talking about is a homebrew app that raises the volume like moonshell does, but does that permanently to the ds so the volume is always high
     
  6. dualscreenman

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    No, since these applications are only raising the volume via software.
     
  7. Jhongerkong
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    yeah, but i mean, something like flashing the ds so the volume is higher. thats possible aint it?
     
  8. Urza

    Urza hi

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    Nobody has made anything that does it.
     
  9. pkprostudio

    pkprostudio No

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    And I think it's already loud enough at max. I never put it past halfway when I'm at home anyway.
     
  10. Urza

    Urza hi

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    Its nice in a quiet enviroment, but a bit of background noise can make it very difficult to hear.

    However, this problem can be fixed by just using some decent headphones.