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Sansa e260 volume

The me is volme is soooo low, even on high. how do i transfer the songs from my computer to my sansa e260 at a higher vulume?

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You can get an audio editor and turn up the levels - it would do us no good to tell you how to do this yet, since there are dozens of editors, and each program has a specific method - the manufacturers will tell you how to do this from their website.
Also, there is a "volume" menu setting on this player - make sure it is not turned down too low.

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or
http://www.sandisk.com/DriverDownload/driverList.asp
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