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When i plug in a cassette adapter there's a loud buzzing sound.

I have a cassette player in my work truck. when i plug in the mp3 player there is a loud buzzing sound, so I have to plug it in half way to stop the buzzing,but I can only hear the background instruments and some lyrics in certain songs,or maybe I just need a better quality adapter.

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SOURCE: sound capabilities

The symptoms you describe are caused by a break in the earphone socket ground connection.

If you are confident enough, dismantle the player and re-solder the 4 connections to the earphone socket.

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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Actually I am not getting properly what exactly I have to do according to this solution since I am not a person who has that much knowledge of re-assembling the player,

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SOURCE: Phillips Mp3 player-Songs get cut-off half-way through playing

Play this file in media player 9,10.if it play fine then the problem of mp3

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use the media converter from philips this: Media Converter for Philips

Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Lyrics Display

When you turn on your player there should be a list of different things like MUSIC VIDEOS and so on. Go down until you get to settings and it should say lyrics. then you change the setting to on and the lyrics will show.

Hope it works

Posted on Apr 26, 2008

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