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If you want to listen to this player day by day and more hours long, the loudness will be suitable using your AKG headphones. The bass and treble will be good enough too. If you want to present to friends how high quality sound can be created by your device it would not be successful without using external headphones amplifier. Good luck! Thanks. gylacz
Your wires in your headphones are probably loose/detached. Best solution is to just buy new headphones. If you don't want to buy new headphones, open your headphones up and solder or tape the wire back the metal/wire.
The only thing that I know when I have been presented with this problem in the past is that your headphone jack is shot. There is no way to fix this. You now have a portable hard drive and should invest in either a new ipod or other type of mp3 player.
Call Philips, get replaced - this is a common problem across all mp3 manufacturers. You can look at the YouTube video on repairing mp3 player headphone jacks, but i doubt it will work without causing more problems with your mp3 player.
The earphone is blown. Go to Target or Walmat and buy a new set of what ever you like, They all fit. They even have Philips Brand. If you can stand the wait, go to Ebay and search "Philips Headphones" and you can buy some that look JUST like the OEM E.Phones but are a higher premium sound Quality.
Word to you mother.