Question about SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player
After taking a trip in my backpack, my Sansa Clip now sounds like sh*t. Music is distorted, and podcast audio is totally garbled and inaudible. Files are ok, as I can transfer them from the Sansa to another device and they play fine.
I bought this in Dec, '08. I'll do a firmware upgrade, but seems like this unit is dead.
Try using other headphones.
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