Question about Sennheiser Audio Players & Recorders
Never used them, but distorted outputs indicates you are over-driving them, connected them to 'speaker out' rather than 'headphone out', Or you have already blown the drivers. Connect to a different sound source and see how they work then. You likely will not get a loud boom from any headset.
Posted on Dec 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: help! no bass sound, low volume
You might want to try using a different size of the earpieces that come with it, and make sure they're inserted fully into your ear. They come with three different size earpieces because people's ears are shaped differently, and having the right size can make a HUGE difference in the sound. If it's done right, it should basically feel like you've just inserted an earplug into your ear.
If that doesn't help, and you've tried another pair of headphones to verify that it's not a problem with your sound source, I would guess you were unlucky enough to get a defective pair.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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