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My Samsung t10 suddenly started having sound quality issues. At first, the included headphones worked fine, but after a few weeks the sound quality is now terrible through them. It almost sounds like the settings are set to dance hall or something, because there is a lot of echo and it is very hard to hear the mid range sounds, as well as voices. However, I have checked and double checked all the settings and that doesnt seem to be the problem. I have also reset the firmware and the factory defaults, to no avail.I have tried multiple pairs of earbuds of varying qualities, and they all have the same bad quality. The only pair of headphones that produces decent audio I have found is a high-end pair of full size headphones. This is not a problem with the headphones, however, because the sound quality was fine at first. In fact, this is my second t10. I lost my first one after having it for about 6 months, and I never had any problems with the sound quality.

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  • tjmb939 Apr 14, 2009

    Yeah, after getting it to work with the one pair, the others still produce terrible sound.

  • IKnowsAll May 11, 2010

    did you try the other headphones after you found ones that worked?

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Go to music options, and in the DNSe menu change the settings to normal or anything you want except concert hall.

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