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Samsung note 9 on one ui pie distorted sound in speaker

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Oreo was excellent. I even flashed it back to Oreo to see it was perfect in oreo. Speaker output, when using eq, severely distorted. I have a perfect new note 9.

Max,please say a patch is coming. I have 820 version. 

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I am experiencing exactly the same with my Note 9 since the Pie / One UI Update.

Bluetooth headphones (Sony WH-100XM2)  and although the output volume is much lower than it was pre Pie, it sounds overloaded. 

Tried all the Codecs under the Developer options, and all possible Poweramp sound combinations. 

It is really poor quality output, and lower volume. 

The standard Samsung Music app sounds  perfectly fine. I'm having to (reluctantly) use that now.

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Same problem with my Galaxy S8. Im listening every day for many hours to music but with Pie I am unable to hear the songs loud and clear. I recognize a kind of crackling in the songs. I hope too there will be a useful update to fix this problem. 

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Same here. I just updated my Note9 to Pie yesterday and there are a few issues with sound quality. First of all the sample rate is now up to 48 kHz and the sound with the speaker is very distorted unless I active the auto gain limit 

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2 hours ago, Mark Ale said:

Same here. I just updated my Note9 to Pie yesterday and there are a few issues with sound quality. First of all the sample rate is now up to 48 kHz and the sound with the speaker is very distorted unless I active the auto gain limit 

Disable DVC - is it better then ?

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On 2/23/2019 at 8:51 AM, blaubär said:

Disable DVC - is it better then ?

It doesn't make any difference because DVC is not supported if I set the sample rate I used before without such issue (192khz)

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Please go to upper level of these Audio Output settings and hit Restore Defaults.

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