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GSMArena feature lab: Enter new goodies

05 October 2007 | Read the review | Post your comment
GSMArena feature lab: Enter new goodies - read the full textWe finally had a chance to put some time into developing a handful of new features for our site, so with the hot summer behind us, we rolled up our sleeves to shape several novelties that we’ve been reflecting on lately. We bet you’ll be...

 

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Can you please take the loudness test of Nokia C6-01 and E7

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  • 2010-11-16 16:00
  • LiAW

Thankyou for the test of satio, xt720, and N8. I really appreciate it. Can you please conduct the test of xperia x10

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  • 2010-11-12 23:14
  • LiAW

can you tell me how to activate the loudspeaker

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  • 2010-11-05 00:04
  • fuI5

Thanks a lot for conducting the test of N8, can you also conduct for satio, xperia x10 and motorola milestone XT720, thanks in advance

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  • 2010-10-29 14:58
  • 0maT

Can you comment on the dynamic range, please?
I wonder where the limitation of the dynamic range comes from: either small maximum output voltage or high floor noise. Especially the latter is distracting with sensitive headphones (e.g. in-ear 16Ohms like the Sennheiser series) in a quiet environment listening to classical music.
It would much help to publish the floor noise level when the headset is connected and the music is playing a "zero content" file. It is not sufficient to measure in "paused" mode as the units sometimes are muting the audio output in that state.

A hint regarding the different output reading with and without headphones attached: The bigger the difference is (e.g. the hump in the base area) the higher value a serial resistor may have in the line of audio output. The hump should come from the impedance that the headphone resembles as this is not equal for all frequencies. If the Audio output has zero inner resistance then the curves are identical - something that an audiophile addict may expect. Having such devices would however demand extreme quality from the last stage of audio output, especially regarding the floor noise (see above).

Anyway you are resembling the most elaborate and dedicated audio testing already and you are my one stop source for getting reliable information in that regard.

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  • 2010-10-27 10:15
  • MYk9

Can you please conduct the loudness test of x10, satio and n8, thanks in advance

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  • 2010-10-09 18:39
  • LiAW

How do you arrive at your narrative evaluation. Do you wieght one reading over another, if so in what proportion or do you do a simple average, again which avergaing do you perform?

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  • 2010-09-28 08:51
  • nEJP

Nokia 6110 Navigator 65.9 dB???
Its louder than N95 and very clear sound and its average? I think this is error because 6110 navigator is very loud

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  • 2010-08-31 15:51
  • 3SqC

6233 just "Good"??????
That's the loudest mobile i have ever heard(No chinese stuff here :) )
i now seriously doubt this test

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  • 2010-08-18 18:13
  • KFMs

GSMarena is totally helping me in choosing the right phone so i wont make any mistake. by the way, I heard that Satio's battery is quite bad. it is true? and what should the user of that particular phone do? actually Im planning to get Satio. right now im using 5800xpress music.
if there any replacement batteries that can long last?

thanks..

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  • 2010-06-20 09:46
  • v3yA

hey
i wanna know if the music quality of nokia 5730 xpressmusic is better than nokia 5800 xpressmusic!!!
pplllzzzz have a review!!

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  • 2010-05-23 15:20
  • 3CfC

please make a speakerphone loudness test for sony ericsson aino,vivaz,xperia x10,k800 and samsung i8910 omnia HD. thank you very much.

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  • 2010-04-20 11:17
  • TuFy

This phone (and many others) has Bluetooth and speakerphone but NO voice activated dialling via a blue tooth headset, Why? It's illegal to hold a phone when driving, if you use more than 1 car it's not practical to have an in car hands free system so the headset is a must. The phone is so good in other ways, why has this essential feature been left out?

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  • 2010-02-23 19:52
  • pTQx

Congratulations excellent work of this well gsm arena much good could please add lively, xperia, Ainu for saver Pink noise / Music, dB

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  • 2010-02-16 17:00
  • XHAe

nokia 6720 classic pink noise isn't so loud

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  • 2010-01-30 15:07
  • 0xFW

Also a good pair of headphones cand make a huge difference.

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  • 2010-01-26 23:42
  • nDWv

What kind of audio format do you use for testing freqvencies? Do you use loseless format like Waw(PCM 16Bits 44hz or 48hz)?

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  • 2010-01-26 23:40
  • nDWv

I did not have time to read all of the comments already posted, so this request might be a duplicate.

Can you also measure noise levels for normal speaker (not the speakerphone)? Because in a noisy bus, or on a sidewalk of a busy street that sound level is quite important, too.

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  • 2010-01-24 11:51
  • MQf8

please make a Speakerphone loudness test for Samsung W880 AMOLED...Thanks

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  • 2010-01-19 21:15
  • fvQD

May be a rating could be given based on these so many features like noise, cross talk and all so that a common user need not have to understand what does these lines mean but just get a fair idea depending on rating

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  • 2009-12-24 11:26
  • MHx2

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