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X20 8gb I have lost the lyrics???

All of a sudden when I play music, I can hear the music but not the lyrics/voices, the quality sounds like it's playing in a 'hall', kind of echoes. I've tried playing with the sound options but no change. How do I fix this and why did it happen? I've only had the thing for a few months

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  • chrisbe Feb 21, 2008

    I've had the same problem with the 'hall-like' sound and the voice that's almost lost. I only have the X20 for a few months! I hope someone cen help out.

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