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Do you have the phone on speaker or the earphone? There are differnet volume adjustments for speaker vs. in ear vs. the headphones. If one is really quiet, try one of the other ways to see if it is an issue with a speaker, or an issue with the phone?
Hi, when your using an ear-phone and you hear only the instruments alone, it means that the ear-phone is bringing out a mono signal(always have one ring at the tip of the jack),but if it was two rings,then you will have a stereo signal that will allow you to hear both the instruments and the voice..
what happens is inside the cord where you have your ear phones connecting to your ipod, there is a thin wire that can easily brake. it happens if u for example, rap your ear phones around your ipod. if your rap the chords to tight, the wire can break. it can even brake when you move the cord too much. such as spinning it, shaking it and such. the wire that breaks connects to one side or both sides of your earphones, which produces the sound. if you can hear only on one side, the cord is damaged and cant be fixed.
i would go and buy new ear phones i perfer skullcandy in-ear earphones because the wire is secrurly wrapped, and doesnt brake easily such as other producers. the skullcandy ear phones are in my mind are much better then other earphones. you actually feel like your in the room or at a live show.
Hi I'm mhel, try to re install your audio driver and if this not work you can try to replace your head phones with a new one thats maybe the cause, but if this doesn't did the job you might have a faulty headphone jack. Consider a hardware repair. good luck
This is a factory defect from the switch inside the headset plug which when used will disconnect sound to the ear speaker on the phone and route it to the headphone or an ear piece.When this switch is closed by a fault you won't be able to hear anything through the ear speaker once the connection is established.