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Sansa sadisk headphone jack

Everytime i listen tio my music the, vocals sound like it is underwater. the music sounds distorted too. but since i have the i-pod headphones, i tweak the bendable piece of rubber between the wire and the the metal insert and it sounds
well again .

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Get new headphones duhhh.

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