Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I would imagine that your system has a fan installed to ensure the device does not overheat.
If this is a new device I would call the place your purchased it from and enquire if this is normal.... As there could be a fault with the fan or the temperature sensor.
If this is an old unit its possible that dust has covered the insides of the device and has caused the temperature to rise, thus causing the fan to spin quicker to attempt to lower the temperature. I would recommend taking it to an authorized repairer in your location to have them perform a clean / service.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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