The audio on my MP3 player cuts out when the headphone connection is bumped. I assume is a short or a falty connection, but I have neither the expertise or the tools to fix this. Is this something you would be able to correct?
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This unsually indicates a bad connection with the jack. Not the headphone jack, but the connector on the player. My son had that issue so I ended up opening the unit up and resoldering the connector to the circuit board. Don't recommend doing that. You'll need to have a technician do that or if it's still under warranty take it in.
If you are speaking about one song or album, that song/album is corrupt or in the wrong format and must be deleted off you player. Convert the song/album to mp3 format (this is crucial), and you can then reload it.
If you mean you are only getting one track of audio, as in, sound is only coming out of one earphone, then the headphone jack is damaged.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
apparently you may need to defragment your player with disk defragmenter because the mp3 has a hard time getting the pieces of your file fast enough to not hear an almost unnoticeable pop or crackle. if this isn't the reason, it is probably the jack, try a different pair of headphones even. or check the settings on the program synchronizing as it may be syncing the files at a noticeably lower sound quality. Or you are drag and dropping which may not be recommended for inexperienced users.
no offence :).