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I hear more from my right side of my ipod with headphones

Every time i use headphones with my ipod i hear more sound from the right side

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  • peke12lara Oct 28, 2008

    I dont have ear problems is just that i did a restore once to the ipod and after that it never worked the same .. I just put the hedphones all the way in and the left side doesnt sound that good and loud, but if I put the headphones halfway both sides work ... why ??

  • sanjose_2002 Jan 31, 2009

    hey i have the same problem. on all my songs the volume is louder in the right side then the left. i tried switching headphones and i get the same problem. how can all of a sudden it not work?

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There is 2 possible reasons this is happening, 1 is that you have better hearing in your right ear or it's possible that your headphones are tangled and if they are the sound waves will not come through fully.

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