Well i was listen 2 my SanDisk one day and i notice that it had a shortage in the headphone jac. So that i only hear sound from one ear when i listen to my SanDisk. I can move it around like you would do headphones that have a shortage and you can here sound from both ears, but it's to much of a hasel. If anyone know how i could resolve this problem please respond or contact me in anyway thanks!!
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try not using headphones or listening to loud music for a few days if the sound goes away then you have been damaging your ears with too loud sound. If the problem persists see a doctor as you may have Tinnitus or other hearing/medical disorder that a doctor should have a look at.
It sounds like you have a faulty connection between the headphones and the music device. Try fiddling with the port of your computer, iPod, or whatever else you use to listen to music. If the headphones do this on more than one device, it's a problem with them. Fiddle with the cord while you listen and see if you can target the bad area of the cord. If you can manage to listen to the headphones successfully while tweaking the cord, you might be able to use them still, if not they're probably blown or dead. Hope this helps =]
This is usually due to the headphones or speakers not being able to play back the audio past that point, try a different set of headphones, the earbuds might be burnt out. some earbuds **** and cant play sounds past a certain dB the general dB levels tolerated without distortion are about 104-110 ish, but if you are listening anywhere near that your gonna hurt your ears. tests have shown that audio levels past about 90dB will seriously damage your ears after prolonged usage. Generally get nice in-ear ear buds with noise cancelation and never move your audio past 90% to clearly hear the music without damaging your ears.
I got my girlfriend some Jbuds J2 and they are great and i prefer them over my 200$ bose ear buds. check amazon they are about 14$ the J3's are around 24$
I had the same issue. Gradually it became worse and worse (on the sound cutting out more frequently out of one ear or being really silent at best) and I replaced the audio jack by buying a new one on eBay. Or if you are not the do-it-your-selfer and you got money, bring it to an iPod store that preforms repairs. When you order it on ebay, if it is really cheap, it usually ships from China or something and it might take a couple weeks. But saves you some bucks!
I would find out if you're in warranty. One headphone working is a hardware issue - if you were to insert another headphone set into your player, you would find that the next headset would only get sound out of one ear. Unless you live in Philadelphia, I would go ahead and call Sandisk to see if you are eligible to get that player replaced. I work for another large consumer electronics company, and we definitely give out replacements for the one- headphone-only issue. Sorry to hear that the player went out on you - good luck on the replacement.
Yes, more than likely it is the wax build-up inside the screen of the earbuds. Take a tack and lightly pry the screen out. You will definitely see a noticeable amound of "gunk on the inside. Clean and you will hear a clearer and crisper sound. If you put the screens on flush and press them in they will stay.