1. Triptophan's Avatar
    Hi everyone.
    This morning I shooted a vid in very very quiet room, there was only a clock ticking.
    When I play this video, I noticed there was a noise, so I decided to record the same video with my 6S plus, and also the noise it was present, but less noticeable.
    I'm not referring to hissgate sound, it's only the kind of sound noticeable in every iPhone when shooting in quiet places, but this time it's only "louder".
    Maybe it's due to the powerful stereo speakers?
    Has someone noticed the same thing?
    09-29-2016 05:32 AM
  2. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    I haven't noticed much of a difference. It could simply be ambient noise in the room or it could be coil whine. Rene has a pretty good write up of his experience. Follow the link.

    http://www.imore.com/no-hiss-buzz-no...hone-7-problem
    09-29-2016 05:36 AM
  3. applefan4515's Avatar
    Hi everyone.
    This morning I shooted a vid in very very quiet room, there was only a clock ticking.
    When I play this video, I noticed there was a noise, so I decided to record the same video with my 6S plus, and also the noise it was present, but less noticeable.
    I'm not referring to hissgate sound, it's only the kind of sound noticeable in every iPhone when shooting in quiet places, but this time it's only "louder".
    Maybe it's due to the powerful stereo speakers?
    Has someone noticed the same thing?
    If your talking about the static sound... I think it might be louder because of the stereo speaker on the phone.

    The video I uploaded was recorded on my 6s plus. I didn't notice any static watching it on my 6s plus, but didn't really pay attention to static sound until I seen threads about the 7 plus. The static in the video is just as loud as the static in videos shot on my 7 plus
    09-29-2016 10:44 AM
  4. radiogirl83's Avatar
    I have a high pitch in my audio when I record video. Been on the phone with Apple today and will go to the store on Tuesday to get my 7 Plus replaced!
    09-29-2016 11:37 AM
  5. z06mike's Avatar
    LOL, sorry but stereo speakers will not cause a noise to come out in a video. If you are talking about the difference between watching on the 6s versus watching on the 7, yes it would be louder because of the stereo speakers, but it will not cause a hiss in the video. If it was RECORDING in stereo, it could definitely cause a difference in sound in the actual video.
    09-29-2016 12:05 PM
  6. applefan4515's Avatar
    LOL, sorry but stereo speakers will not cause a noise to come out in a video. If you are talking about the difference between watching on the 6s versus watching on the 7, yes it would be louder because of the stereo speakers, but it will not cause a hiss in the video. If it was RECORDING in stereo, it could definitely cause a difference in sound in the actual video.
    That's what I meant. You notice it more because of the stereo speakers making the phone louder
    09-29-2016 01:12 PM
  7. Triptophan's Avatar
    I think the same: same audio "noise", but stereo speakers = double the volume
    10-01-2016 03:41 AM

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