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Does the music come from both speakers on iPhone 3G


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I was wondering when you play your music on your iPhone 3G does the sound come from both speakers or one.

I cover each speaker on my 3G iPhone when playing music via the builtin iPod and I notice that the music comes from the left speaker only. This is while playing original albums downloaded to the iPhone.

Is this normal behavior for your iPhone as well?
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from what i believe left is a speaker the right side is a microphone!?!? but i may be wrong..
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One is a speaker, the other is a microphone. Hence why you can't hear anything come out of the right side.


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yep i can confirm that 1 is speaker 1 microphone
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WOOT WOOT....btw is that for all generation iphones?! some reason i thought the 2G was different
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yep since 1st iphone only 1 speaker

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Wouldnt matter anyway the speakers are far to close for proper stereo separation.
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