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My ENT doctor said no more ear buds, no more ear phone so I Amazon purchase another GOGEAR Ariaz because they have an external speaker, or so I thought.
I tried all to get the speaker ARIAZ 16 gig to work. Nothing. Speaker does not work. The instruction manual that comes right on my 16 gig GoGear Ariaz is for titled GoGear AZURE!
AZURE! Where did that come from? The Azure manual does not show a speaker. Go figure. I do not think my Ariaz-Azure has a speaker. It does have Bluetooth that works for me OK with a Philips external Blue Tooth Speaker. No ENT correct external speaker on the player itself? Or am I wrong.
The tiny, tiny micro writing label on my "GOGEAR Ariaz" is a label for "SA5AZU16KF/37. Even though the Logo on the case of the GoGear is imprinted ARIAZ!
If I am wrong and my Philips Azure???-Ariaz has a speaker I would be pleased to know how to make the speaker work.
PS, I do own a GoGear ARIAZ 8G, and it does have a speaker that works for me.
if you have already tried different ear phones and if it didn't work then for sure the issue is with the device.I hope those ear phones you tried are working in other audio devices.just try to connect it to a external speaker like computer speakers to see the fault is really with the device and not the ear phones before assming it as an hardware issue just try to back up whatever you have in the device format the device upgrade the firmware of the device you can do it by clicking here..try hearing the FM radio before going to songs from the computer if the FM radio works fine then try some MP3 format songs you stored in the device from computer..if still you have the same issue.. take it to the sansa repair service center with the bill so that they can help you out.. hope this was helpfull
It is very likely that the problem is in your MP3 player and not your ear phones. If it is still under guarentee, then take it back to where you bought it. If not it may be that the earphone jack plug is faulty? It is a trade off between the cost of repair against the cost of a new one. These things are often glued together so opening it could break it anyway - sorry
I think this is what you are looking for, it is compatible with usb flash drives and sd cards, it can be docked to speakers or mobile with ear phones. registering with them is easy and they accept credit cards or pay-pal.If you remove the speakers you can plug in headphones(sold separately)