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Mp3 sound my mp3 does not play loud enough even after turning the dial all the way up the volume is loud if your in a quite area away from cars but not loud enough in busy noisey places is there a cheat that makes the player louder?

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  • Saranjoseph Jan 25, 2008

    yes I  have the same problem.

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The problem might be from the earphones, you might need to try differnt ones. As much as I know there's no mp3 noise emphlafier. Thoth you can search for an mp3 player noise reduction plug in don't think there's one thogth.

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well hope I was helpfull for someone and I hope you will enjoy your player better than before...
peace...

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