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Very poor sound

Hi,i just realized 2 days ago that the sound quality of my T10 media player has changed.it's awful even at maximum volume i dont seem to hear a thing.i have tried changing the audio settings all yo no avail,is it an internal problem,please help i just bought it

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Try different headphone set. i am trusting that you double-checked those sound settings. If problem persists, then it is an internal probelm - will require replacement. Sry.

Posted on May 30, 2008

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