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Sound hi, for some of the MP3 songs the music is very low even i kept the volume at max.

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  • Anonymous Nov 06, 2007

    I have w700i phone . in my phone FM Sound is good . but mp3 sound very very low but other walkman series phone plays same song with good sound. and other branded mobiles plays good sound.

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