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Mp3 ypt8x my mp3 is good but the place where you hook up the headphones is loose.that's how ghetto that is i've only had it for seven month's and it messed up already.

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There is a reason for the headphone jack being loose. You either repeatedly plug and unplug your headphones, or the headphone's wire is to big. Nothing else to say, sorry!

Posted on Mar 21, 2007

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