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Low Volume When Streaming iPhone Music

There are a few things that can affect output volume on the iPhone:

System Settings > Music:
 

1. Volume Limit - this limits the maximum volume the phone will output. This function should be off to ensure the maximum volume output is 100%. If left on, be sure to set it to maximum volume level with the slider
 

2. Sound check - this actually detects lower volume recordings and acts to boost the volume. You may wish to toggle this back on, especially with adjusting #1 above
 

3. If you are streaming, try setting the cellular quality to high for better audio streaming quality (as long as you don't mind using more cellular data)

Other factors:

 

1. If you are using music files downloaded on your phone, lower resolution files will play at a lower volume; try upgrading the files to larger size files (For MP3 format audio 320kbps (best) average in 10MB) which will also provide better dynamic range

2. If you are running Facebook app, it can affect volume of music being played through the music app. Turn off the "in app sounds" (Facebook->more options->settings->account settings->sounds); alternatively, stop Facebook running in the background

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