This is strange....i've tried new songs, and evem tje reset button, but when I play a song all i hear is the music, you can hear the vocals but it's like the singer is 3 miles away....very quiet....any ideas???
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How are you obtaining the music that you play on the Samsung C3010? If you're recording the songs yourself, it sounds like you are recording one channel out of phase with the other. This phasing "effect" is how vocal eliminators work. Try playing back music from another source and see if the vocals return.
This is rather unusual as it appears that you are playing your music in 'karaoke' mode on your iPod (but you should still slightly hear the vocals). Try setting another music equalizer mode such as 'POP' or 'ROCK'.
EQ is something you can set up to make the sound of your songs better..well, sounding. It can add a base boost, vocals clearer to hear, etc. It won't effect your player or music. You set that on yourself. Ex: I have EQ by my battery sign b/c I set the EQ on "New Age" in the System. (You can take it off by going into system, and going to audio settings.)
I just recommend that you should try letting the battery run out, and it will most likely reset itself. My player did that too, and I totally freaked out. I thought that it was broken, but I hooked it up and it just needed to be docked.
Green and ORANGE? orange indicates the iPod is searching for music.
UNDERSTAND this- when you play music in the iTunes app., you are hearing the music in your computer not the iPod.
1) Install the latest iTunes application.
2) Do a restore
3) sync your iPod
It sounds like a problem with your hard drive. I know it sounds strange when everything else is working but in my experience and I've fixed thousands of iPod videos. 95% of the time, if the logic board is actually functioning, if you have a fault it's the hard drive.
alrigth i guess you got to reinstall the sansa :(
1. download a new firmware http://chrisjs.com/PP5022.mi4
2. pull your sansa into recovery mode by doing following : hold (on) on top off sansa the hold button should be showing orange
then push the rec button while booting the sansa it should come into rec mode you see on screen if not try again when it comes recovery mode into screen you can relese the rec button
3.connect the sansa into computer it shoul come a 15 or 16 mb partition open that partition and move the pp5022.mi4 file into it if there already it´s one file named that replace it with the new one