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Help when i play any song i can hear an echo.

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Does it have like a sag-up like sound?? If so, then you need stop using it for a while. Stay away from things that emit strong waves. OR, the reason why you hear an echo is, your earphones might not be compatible with the player!

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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If you hear an echo, look carefuly thorugh the setup for the sound card. Look for anything to do with special effects.

Look for the options or properties that have to do with the sound card that is in the computer. Many of them have special effects capability.


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