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Sound Effects Quiet on External Speaker

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I have an iPod touch 5th generation that's very old now and its speakers are blown out. I use it as an alarm in the morning, and in order to accomplish that, I use an external speaker connected via an AUX cord. When my iPod is unlocked, the speakers at max volume and max Sound Effects volume, the speaker is very loud. However, when I lock my iPod, the sounds from the sound effects, including the alarm are much quieter than when my iPod is unlocked. Am I doing something wrong or is this normal?

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This might sound silly, but did you tried to... turn it off and on again? Just don't use the default method to do so. Try to turn it off by holding home and power buttons together until device will turn (might take few seconds). Then turn it on and check if sound volumes were reseted.

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