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Playing songs at certain volume

I just bought my player today and I put some songs on it but for some reason at max volume the songs cut out a whole bunch as if the mp3 player can't handle it or something...At a volume of 15/20 it doesnt cut out at all. If anyone knows about this problem or a fix to it please let me know.

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Several things can effect the quality of your files. 1. Check your headphones by comparing them with others. 2. The file quality may be too low, you can test that by getting a higher quality MP3 file and comparing the two. 3. If you are creating the MP3 files yourself, be sure to watch the sound recording level. Allowing it to stay in the red can produce distortion while recording ay too low of a level can result in low voulume as well as possible distortions. If none of these correct the issue, you may need to replace the player.

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Every mp3 player manual has a disclaimer that says not to play it at max volume - the only workaround is to get adjustable headphones, and keep player volume at less than max

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