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My mp3 does not play very loud through speakers

I have tried several headphones an my mp3 is ok if your in a quite place but i would like it to play louder.
I need more Volume

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Re: my mp3 does not play very loud through speakers

In the settings there is a volume setting normal or high

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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Re: my mp3 does not play very loud through speakers

Did you check the settings in the info section? thee is a setting for volume there

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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