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Sound distortion When listening to songs the sound is badly distorted. Only just started happening out of the blue.

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  • strodney Feb 12, 2009

    The music distorts on mine, too! Help....

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please follow this steps and fix it. GOD BLESS you

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Turn on all of the devices in your sound system. Turn off any auto-equalizers on your sound system to gain fullest control over frequencies. This switch might be found on the receiver or the equalizer itself.
    • 2
Play a test song on repeat. Choose a song with both extremely high and extremely low instruments so that you have a wide frequency range to listen for.

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Listen for any obvious distortions in the highs and lows of the songs. Lower the knob on your equalizer for any distorted frequencies until the distortion disappears. Try at first to find the highest setting possible without distortion.
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Adjust all frequency ranges in relation to each other to find a pleasing blend for your room, trying not to let any one frequency range dominate the others. Use the highest non-distorting settings found in Step 3 as maximum settings, but don't be afraid to lower a booming bass or a screeching flute that disrupts the overall blend of the music.
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Play a song from a different genre to test how the EQ works for different types of music. A hip hop song will have louder lows than a string quartet, for example, so make sure your bass frequencies sound crisp on both types of music.

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- Battery is going flat or does not hold enough chargeL: test by playing song while connected to an external PC power source/USB charger.
- Your Earphones/Headset has been damaged due to abuse (player songs too loud in general for an extended period) or too loud from another/PC source) - To test, try it on another music player or PC.
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