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Bring back the headphone jack!!!

Message 21 of 22
Message 21 of 22

Re: Bring back the headphone jack!!!

@ds2mph wrote:

1. Bring back Jack

2. Bring back FM Radio

3. Bring back Clear bass, Clear Audio+

4. Bring back Walkman application with SensMe

5. Add S-Master HX 

1. Not going to happen in the vast majority of models now.

2. Not going to happen, what with data being so cheap, and countless music apps/radio apps out there.

3. There are other settings, which are just as good on current settings..

4. That was removed 3 years ago, SensMe is now  "Genres". Less than 3% of the community used SensMe, and Genres was the wanted feature, so it was implemented in Music.

5. S-Master HX would be hardware level i assume. But from memory, the hardware and settings used, are near on identical.

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Message 22 of 22
Message 22 of 22

Re: Bring back the headphone jack!!!

Sony should bring back the headphone jack to their flagships. People want convenience, removing this headphone jack removes the whole point of having a phone. Not everyone owns a pair of bluetooth ear/headphones nor do people intend on paying so much for them, it is a diabolical choice, both in design and practicality. Bring it back and the customers will come flying in including myself, heck I'd pay the base price to Sony of the brand new phone the second it came out and I know many many others will too.  Convenience is the key to sales and a headphone jack is exactly that.