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Sound problems the sound quality on my mp3 player is weird and i have to adjust the headphones to get it so it's normal. it's very annoying to have to keep adjusting the headphones and trying to keep it in the same position

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  • 4beba Jul 17, 2008

    I can't even get it to make sound in a certain position, I have to apply pressure to the connection to hear anything. With no pressure, all I hear is background music... from very far away....

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This is a common problem with mp3 players - the headphone jacks are sensitive; it's not worth replacing, because the next one is going to do exactly the same thing. The only thinkg you can do is make sure the headphone stub is parallel to the top of the mp3 player and be real still.

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