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I have it twice and the sound starts sounding bad...(Base)

This is my second one, and the same problem has occurred. You want to listen to it, but your base starts sounding weird. I thought it was my headphones, but I tried different ones and the it still sounds as if the speaker is bursted... and with each sansa c40 I have had less than a month and a problem occurs less than a month...I'm tied of getting another one...It would look really dumb to get a third one...I HATE DEM..!!!!! The manufacturing has gone really bad for you to have problems with them less than a month..

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Might be your music EQ. can make your music sound really weird.

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