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When I play the music the audio just noise and volume getting low even the battery is full.

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RESET THE PLAYER TO SEE, BUT THIS PLAYER MIGHT BE TOAST.

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The battery replaced by new one and fully charged .How many hours will last playing the iPod


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That sounds about right, using Wi Fi does use a lot of battery. For video, Apple advertises up to 5 hours, and for audio up to 36 hours. However, these are done in minimalist conditions. For example, they?d have auto-brightness turned on, the volume at only a certain level and, if it?s music, they?d turn the screen on only when absolutely necessary (yes, volume does have an impact on the battery).
I used to get around 12 hours listening to music, but that was because I always have Wi Fi on, and also have it set to fetch my email every 15 minutes. Oddly, since jailbreaking, it took me about 20 hours to completely drain the battery. That included using the internet (mainly Facebook) quite a bit, checking emails, listening to music, watching videos, AND playing games (well, emulators).

Mar 25, 2016 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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How long is my Trio supposed to play? I'm only getting 4 hours on a full charge.


As per the company specifications it should provide up to 8 Hours of Continuous Playback. I'd suggest that you set the light out time at 10 seconds keep power saving mode and reduce the brightness. Also dont play at full volume.

This will help you to increase the playback time. Though not up to 8 hours. Make sure not to overcharge the battery.

Also the video playback time is 3-4 hours. As you have not specified whether you are reffering to audio or video playback time, so I am assuming its audio playback time. If its video or mixed then your player is ok..

Hope this helps..

Mar 18, 2011 | Mach Speed Trio Portable MP3 Player

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Wont charge properly, music only last 5 minutes or so


Hello there :)

Try to chance the battery and see if it helps or read this site :
http://rubensmenswear.com/pages/photographs/oakley/mp3/oakley%20thump%20faqs.htm

The write on the site :
5. I'm sure my THUMP is fully charged, so why doesn't it play music?
  • Make sure the volume is not set too low to hear.
  • Make sure there are song files stored on THUMP. Connect THUMP to your computer and open the folder that shows the contents of the THUMP memory
  • Make sure you have the correct music file formats loaded into the THUMP memory. Currently, THUMP plays MP3, WMA and WAV file formats. No other music file formats are supported at this time.
  • Make sure the WMA music files you are trying to play are not protected by DRM. (See below for more information on DRM.) If the song files are protected by DRM, you need to download the DRM Enabled Utility found at www.oakley.com/thump.
6. Why can't I get a full six hours of song play time out of THUMP?
  • Many things affect play time, including the volume level, file compression and music file format. Also, lithium ion polymer batteries gradually lose their charge while not in use. These batteries are also susceptible to temperature.
  • Even though they represent the best technology available, lithium ion batteries do not perform best in high heat.
7. Is it best to completely drain the THUMP battery before recharging?
  • It makes no difference. Lithium ion batteries have no "memory effect" like older technologies such as nickel cadmium, so you can charge them at any time - even when they are not fully discharged.
Hope thats helps
If not then try to return here

Please rate my answer :)

Jun 10, 2010 | Oakley Thump MP3 Player

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Ipod shuffle cannot hear music through headphones


Hi,

Is it really a Head phone issue? lets find out that first.
If your headphones don't work as expected or not at all, connect the headphones to another audio source, such as your computer's speaker jack or another audio device that has a 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack, and test them. If your headphones are under warranty and still don't work, you can order replacement iPod headphones - Link - https://selfsolve.apple.com/GetWarranty.do;jsessionid=1B9ED1B556F0978A6C914A52711E59AA

And about the yellow and green LEDs
The yellow LED shows when the player is charging and a blinking green LED indicates you've paused the player.
At the back is another LED, the 'Battery Status' button, just below the toggle switch; when pressed, it flashes to give you a general idea of how much battery charge remains... green indicates a full charge... yellow, a low charge... red, very low charge... and no glow means its given up its ghost.

Hope this helps :-))

Dec 24, 2009 | Apple iPod shuffle MP3 Player

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I can see the music on the mp3, but it will not play with headphones. I am getting a "HOLD" message then it shuts down, or it says "Boot Error". I am listening to it right now through the computer....


Try higher-impedance headphones (cheap ones from a dollar store are fine to test; if you're using low-impedance like 8-ohm, may be too low for the audio bus in the unit and is drawing too much from the battery causing the shutdown/error). Or the audio amp or DAC is fried- are you playing out the USB or the line out jack?

Oct 23, 2009 | RCA OPAL M4001 MP3 Player

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Stopped playing music


Hello,

Since you have a MAC, your probably using ITUNES, ITUNES are MP4 format which this unit doesnt play, you have to make sure what your putting on is MP3 audio files:

Here is a guide on how to convert songs to MP3 on ITUNES:

http://www.wellesley.edu/Computing/Idocs/Itunes/convertMP3.html

Once you get the audio files converted, drag and drop on the drive from where they are saved on your computer.

To play the audio files:

hold the play button until red light comes on, then press Play again, light should blink which means its playing.

Jul 31, 2008 | Coby MP-C883 MP3 Player

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Creative Zen


Most audio software these days offer either built-in or plugin functionality that will attempt to level the volume of your MP3 files so that you aren't turning the volume up to hear soft songs, then getting blasted by louder ones. So why is it that even after turning that option on, you sometimes notice a significant volume difference between some songs? What's worse is when you're listening to songs from the same album, and the volumes jump around abnormally after applying volume normalization.

The problem is that the vast majority of audio player programs use peak amplitude analysis to determine how "loud" a song is and normalize based on that, rather than doing a more comprehensive analysis of the frequencies that impact how loud the music actually sounds. But even those that do a more comprehensive analysis fail to consider songs within the context of the album they belong to.

Luckily, there's a great little utility called MP3 Gain that does lossless volume analysis and adjustment based on David Robinson's Replay Gain algorithm, as well as allowing for the volume of entire albums to be processed. MP3 Gain has been around for a number of years, and it doesn't appear that it is being actively developed anymore, but since MP3 technology hasn't changed much either that doesn't matter for our purposes.

So, how do you fix an entire library of music? Pretty easy, actually. MP3 Gain offers batch processing options that allow you to process an entire folder at once. But if you collect music albums, you'll want to do those separately. The reason is that MP3Gain offers two modes: Radio and Album. Radio analysis and gain adjustment will adjust all songs to the same maximum decibel level. Album mode analyzes all of the songs in an album, essentially considering them to be one entire song, then adjusts them all to a maximum decibel level, but maintains their relative volume.

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Just got docking station have video but no sound


try going to Menu->Settings->Sound. Go to Audio Output and try switching between Analog Line Out and SPDIF. I too had this problem and it scared me. But after playing around with the settings, I found this solution. All the best

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