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Brief research didn't turn up "protection" circuitry that could possibly cause your audio "go away completely" but I will assume that the distortion issue is just because the system is set up incorrectly. In-ear systems can be tricky to adjust as too much volume can distort the tiny "ear-bud" type earphones, and damage your hearing. Check online for your model as I found a manual that specifically addresses safe volume levels at the beginning of the owners manual, followed by operational settings, etc.

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IF YOU HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM WHAT I HAD WITH MY 3 YEAR OLD SURE E3g EARPHONE THAT ONE SIDE IS NOT LAUD ENOUGH......<br /> I DID TRY ALL THE CLEANING WITH THE PROVIDED TOOL BUT ALL DID NOT HELP.<br /> I DID USE A KNIFE AND DID SLOWELY FOLLOW THE GROVE ARROUND THE TIP OF MY BAD EARPHONE. AFTER A FEW MIN. WORKING WITH MY KNIFE IN THIS GROVE I DID FEEL THAT THE EARPHONE WILL COME APART. THE TIP HAS NO CONNECTIONS (ELECTRICAL SPEAKER WIRE CONNECTIONS) NOTHING IT IS JUST THE EARPHONE PLASTIC TIP. AFTER I HAD THE TIP IN MY HAND I USED A NEEDLE AND I GOT A LOT OLD EAR WAX OUT AND MY EARPHONE IS VERY LOAD AGAIN. NOW CLEAN BOTH SIDES AND PRESS THE TIP BACK ON. IF YOU FEEL BETTER USE A DROP SUPER GLUE TO BE SURE IT WILL NOT COME APART AGAIN AND STUCK IN YOUR EAR. I DID NOT USE ANY GLUE.<br /> I HOPE THIS DID HELP YOU TO CONTINUE TO LISTEN YOUR MUSIC WITH YOUR SURE E3g EARPHONE

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I can only get sound out of one ear. Sometimes, if I move the chord around, I can get sound our of both ears. It comes and goes.


I have had this problem several times. It can be due to a number of things
Firstly, try the MP3 player with a different set of headphones, if both ears work, then the headphones are the problem. Check the adaptor and/or cabling for any damage or defects. If the internal cabling is damaged, you will need to go and buy a new pair.
If the problem is the player itself, try checking the headphone port for dust or any other artefacts blocking the way. This can cause he connection to fail and therefore lose sound.
On a side note, if you love listening to music, i would suggest a high quality set of headphones. Sennheiser (my personal favourites) and Shure are both a VERY good brand to go for. You do pay a bit more, but sound quality and build quality are faultless.

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