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I use these on high volume with an iPod. Sometimes the sound has an odd wavering quality - hard to describe. Like it's getting softer and louder on a fairly rapid cycle. Any ideas what's going on or how to fix it?

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Plz check with the volume knob on your speakers..i think the main problem is here...if you can open the knob..put some oil there

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