Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Ensure the headphone jack is plugged into the media player completely and that there isn't anything in the jack keeping it from plugging in all the way or getting a good connection. try another set of headphones and see if it is the headphones or the media player device. if it is the headphones mostly they are not serviceable and have to be replaced with a new set. if you just bought them u might be able to take them to where u bought them and exchange for a new set. or contact the manufacturer (altec) to see if they will warranty them out for a new set.
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Only the left ear bud has sound
If your earbud headphones function normally with other devices, there are a number of reasons why this problem may be occurring, including faulty connections within the iPod itself or a potentially defective headphone jack. While both of these issues can typically be resolved fairly easily, I would first suggest contacting your local Apple-authorized service center for a complete diagnostic to pinpoint the exact cause of the problem.
Remember that if your iPod is still under the original manufacturer's warranty, you can always call Apple directly for technical support over the phone in addition to working with a technician in your area.
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Posted on May 30, 2008
SOURCE: only have sound on right side
I don't know if you used new earphones but if you did I would try to clean the inside of the mp3 player then reconnect youre earphone. If you still have the problem return to the store, then the hardware in the mp3 itself is wrong.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
SOURCE: I have a sansa mp3 player
the headphone jack inside the unit has 3 attachment solder joints the botton right connection point breaks free of the board. the way to fix it is to get a small phlips screw driver remove the 4 black screws on the back of the unit remove the metal back, then remove 4 silver screws on the outer edges inside the unit & remove the board from the front cover & with a soldering iron with a very small tip resolder the loose connector to the board be carefull not to over heat the board or plastic jack & just put the unit back together.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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