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Problem with volume in player

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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Re: Problem with volume in player

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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