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Id say you should go see a doctor. But for now id say that you should do your best to not listen to it for a while as it can affect hearing. try to use full on speakers if you can. On you tube there are a few Sub-Woofer sound tests you can do. Try playing one (low volume) and repeat. (not a song one)
http://www.teenbuzz.org/ also to hear which frequencies are out of range to you click here. ( click the second icon on the list further down the page)
It is very likely that the problem is in your MP3 player and not your ear phones. If it is still under guarentee, then take it back to where you bought it. If not it may be that the earphone jack plug is faulty? It is a trade off between the cost of repair against the cost of a new one. These things are often glued together so opening it could break it anyway - sorry
Your earpiece device could be faulty and needs a replacement
Try this steps to detect which could be the fault.
1. Take another earpiece andf insert it on your device. if you pick the sounds clearly on both sides then the former earpiece is bad. But if the problem still persist then get a technician to look at the earpiece port on your device.
On the left side next to the jack, there is a screw. Take a small screw driver and tighten the screw. On mine, I had the same problem, then was messing around one night and discovered that the screw controlled the pins inside the jack. Hopefully that helps.