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Skipping music when volume is loud

My MP3 player works fine but whenever I try to turn the music up really loud, the songs skip. It does this with both radio and recorded CD's.

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You have those newer earphones, the ones that actually go in your ear, the pods? No? Well dig this guy. They have more volume and monsterous bass! One player I have that I used to turn up to about 8 on it; I can hear at 1 with a set of cheap Sentry earpods I bought for $4.
Otherwise, it sounds like you might need a new rechargeable battery, or a better brand/ kind of disposible battery. If you use rechargeble batteries like AA or AAA, most have less power than regular disposible; 1.2 vs 1.5. You'll still want the earpods, serious.

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