My player worked like the first two days. then, i'm not sure what i did, but the voice in the songs is very distant sounding.....and on some songs they skip.....the voice is like that on all songs.......with different headphones.....this little thing is driving me crazy. please help me.
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install all music on to the device, then go into music player, it will come up please wait or loading or similair. Wait until it has finished, this could take hours or minutes, then once it is opened the first time it should be ok the rest. Dan
I understand what you are feeling. It took me 4 hours to figure this one out. You have to make sure that the MP3 Player registers to your computer first and you can do this by connecting and disconnecting the system until it finds the new hardware. Then you open the drive with you voice file in it and then you have to drag your music and put it into the voice folder and then when you disconnect the divice from the computer, the music will be on your MP3 player. Then you can click on the music icon and then you will see voice and then you can see your music as well. And you should be ready to listen to your MP3 Player.
I am not familiar with this particular player, but this problem is usually caused by the headphone socket ground connection,
If the ground connection is lost then the right channel grounds through the left and vice versa.
If you can dismantle the player, check and re-solder the headphone connections. If this doesn't work solder a thin wire to a ground point on the PCB, then touch this to each connection of the socket in turn until the sound is restored. Solder the wire to this connection, and re-assemble the player.
WARNING : make sure that you have made the connection to ground. A live connection could damage the player.
alright first are u sure they are connected coular codedly if so go to the control panel on the start menu the go to sounds and audio devices first off make sure mute isnt on then make sure bar is all the way to high then go to speaker volume make sure left and right are at the far right now at the top off the sounds and audio devices there are five tabs click on audio then then on sound playback press volume and then make sure the volume is at the top for all and balance in the middle for all and make sure all the bottom boxes are not ticked then try a song on your computer and see if it works (it could also be the program u play music on so if it doesnt work try going to another programme and play a song if it doesnt work email me at email@example.com
Found your question due to having the exact problem you described. New firmware, format... loaded new music, same problem. While switching to yet another set of headphones the sound got better momentarily. The case doesn't appear loose, but squeeze right next to the lcd and lyra name and the audio was fixed. For some reason the audio was mechanical sounding and the voice was almost non-existant unless pressure was placed on the player where described. I tightened the screw in the retaining strap hole and the one under the USB connector flap and all is well for now. Good Luck!!!!