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Sound isnt right

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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Seems like the songs u downloaded and put onto it were messed with. Try deleting them and then re-download them and see if that works

Posted on May 12, 2008

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