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Sound capabilities My player was playing music very well, but i dropped it on the pavement (i tripped and fell - I'm not that irresponsible). Now it still plays, however when I try to listen to music, I only hear the instrumentals or background voices, but I can't hear (or very distantly hear) the main soloist. Is it permanently ruined? or is there something I can do to fix it? I tried adding some new songs after the incident, but they, too, play only the background music with very distant vocals. When I slightly pull out my headphones so they have only light contact, then it plays more normally. When I push them in all the way, then the voices disappear to leave very clear instrumentals. Thanks for the help!!

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The symptoms you describe are caused by a break in the earphone socket ground connection.

If you are confident enough, dismantle the player and re-solder the 4 connections to the earphone socket.

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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