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  1. #1
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    Mar 2011

    importing songs to ipod via Rhythmbox - max volume is too low


    I am running Fedora 27 (4.15.15-300.fc27.x86_64) and imported some mp3s to my ipod shuffle using Rhythmbox.
    When I try increase the volume via the ipod shuffle, the maximum volume level is capped.
    I am aware such an option exists on Itunes (to limit the maximum volume level) and it seems Rhythmbox is doing the same.
    Is there a way I can turn this off? Of course this can be done on Itunes which of course doesn't have a Linux version.
    I am reluctant to run any Windows apps, so is there a Linux based solution?


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2016

    Re: importing songs to ipod via Rhythmbox - max volume is too low


    I am using Clementine to copy mp3 files to my iPod nano 4 gb.. It's a perfect app for transferring mp3 files to iPod. You should give it a try. There are only two handicaps with Clementine : you can't create custom playlist. You can only browse by artist genre album etc.. ( I'm not sure if it is related to Clementine and since you are talking about iPod nano which doesn't have a screen it is not a problem for you)

    Second problem for me is : Clementine app (which is my favorite audio player) development seems like it stopped. Last updated 2 years ago.

    I hope it will help

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