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    I HAVE A ELEMENT MP3 PLAYER,WHEN I PLUG EARPHONE IN THE MUSIC STILL PLAYS OUT LOUD WHAT CAN I DO

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Any earphones should work but try not to buy too cheap as they won't sound good. ~$40 is probably the starting price I would pay for earbuds.

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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