Question about Music
Sounds like the built in amplifier is going down. You could put it in to a music shop and have it repaired or buy a small 10 watt amplifier and plug in from you headphone socket to the amplifier. I suppose it depends what is the cheapest way to go and how much you are prepared to spend as the keyboards are pretty cheap nowadays especially on Internet shops.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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