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Problem with the volume I have to turn the volume to the max to hear music

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Check headphone jack is tight, try turning the jack to see if there is a better connection or try different headphones.

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Your battery might be going out. If you are sure that your battery is OK, then go to iTunes and make sure that you can see your iTunes library.
  1. Go to the menu bar and click on Edit. Then click on Select all. All of your music will be selected and turn blue.
  2. Right Click anywhere in the music library.
  3. You will get a message that asks if you want to edit all of your music library. You will click 'Yes'.
  4. A new window will open. There will be 4 tabs. Pick the one that says Options. There you will see a slider to adjust the volume in all of your music. The slider will be set in the middle. You can slide it to the right to about 80-90.
  5. Close your window. iTunes will begin changing the volume on all of your music.
  6. When it is finished, plug in your iPod and see how much different it sounds. Turn down the volumn on your iPod until you can readjust it.
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