*Note that these volume levels apply specifically to the Apple iPod brand of portable music players. Other music players may operate at different volume levels.
it can damage your hearing if you have the volume to high
Whatever volume is comfortable for your ears. However, it is not recommended to ever turn your iPod up to full volume due to ear damage, because if you need to turn your iPod up that much, then your surroundings may be too loud, and the loud music you might be listening to could damage your ears.
it will if you listen to it on high for a long period of time
Nothing really, unless you blast the volume. If you keep it at a reasonable volume level, you'll be fine.
The ipod volume button is at the left-hand side of your ipod, the on/off button is at the top. Maybe you confused.
you go to settings and click volume and then you set it to how high you wanted and press the play button on the ipod nano you are wellcome
no itll make it better
if you have the ipod touch generation1 then there is no volume unless you have ear buds.
The iPod touch must have a volume control. You can control the volume by either clicking the two buttons on the side of the iPod touch, or you can move the circle on your screen left to right to adjust the volume.If it doesn't have either of those two options, your iPod Touch is broken.
For an iPod Touch, go into setting, then music. Turn volume limit on and select the desired maximum volume. For classic iPod, go into settings, and there's volume limit. I've never had any other type of iPod, but I'd assume it would always be under setting somewhere.
It depends on the damage done to the iPod. If it is an internal processor damage, which is unable to be fixed, then you will probably have to pay for a whole new iPod which runs at about $200.
A FAKE iPod Nano usually has a volume key with two arrows. The upper arrow raises the volume while the lower button will reduce the volume.
Yes. An iPod at the maximum volume can go up to 130 decibels with the headphones on.
no it wont but it might make your ipod slow
If you are downloading songs from an illegal website such as Frostwire or Limewire, then a virus may be attached to it that could damage the iPod.
Yes, the sun can damage your iPod. If left out in the sun long enough, the sun will heat up the iPod Touch to unsafe temperatures, and could cause internal structures to not work properly.
Probably the reason your volume is not working is either you have an outage in your headphones (so get new headphones) or you have a two set ipod outage. Which you can get fixed.
the volume bar is at the bottom.
hahah you can't.
Turn up the volume for + Turn down the volume for - Plug in or take out speakers/headphones/ear buds for + on 1st generation iPod (I don't know how to make - on the iPod, sorry, feel free to improve my answer, hopefully including a way to make - with the iPod) + x = x - is the order of the symbols, press the buttons at the bottom and make sure you type them in this order. They will appear at the top.
no chance of damage under normal use but if you press the screen really hard that can damage the screen
It depends on which iPod you're talking about, but on most of them you just slide your finger around the clicker.
tun up the volume