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Connection between the headphones and the player

I have the same problem with not being able to hear the voices in the music, just the music. I can hold the headphone cord in just the right position and it will work great, but when I am working out at the gym, it is hard to only use one hand to lift weights. What is wrong with this thing!

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Re: connection between the headphones and the player - iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player MP3 & Digital Media Players

Check the EQ settings

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