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Hi, when I start to play the music at high volume it begins well, but within 30 seconds has dropped considerably in volume.This happens even when it's plugged in. Thanks

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In that case you have a faulty part inside: when the amplifying circuit is stressed by the high volume it heats up, this causes the faulty part to heat up, its resistance is increased so the volume of the signal that passes thru it drops. You must take your device apart and test the components - this is a job for a trained repairman, take it to one. 

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