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Hi , i have a problem with the volume on my player , its very quite , i have read lots of reviews regarding a low and high position for sound but cannot find this in my settings, can you help please

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If the menu option does not appear, then there is problem with your player's software - try a firmware upgrade to get a version of the software that will hopefully contain the menu item

Posted on May 26, 2008

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