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Sansa recenlty my sansa e250 MP3 player seems to be malfuntioning. For example, Alen Parsons I robot won't play right. The vocals are so low you cant hear them. I don't know why. I canged out headsets so that is not a factor. I am having trouble with other songs as well. This came on suddenly out of the blue. My Mp3 player is genltly used and so no damage to the player would cause a malfunction. Has anybody had a problem of this type?

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Go to settings and change the equalizer settings

Posted on Jun 23, 2007

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