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Different sound my zen micro sounds different because when i will plug my earphones in the jack it sounds like you only hear the music and not the lyrics of the song. when i plug it to my speaker i can hear the whole song. can you please help me to solve this problem....

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Sounds like the headphone jack socket is worn. This unfortunately a Creative known problem. There is a fix, suggest you go to the following web site which offers a step by step guide www.noboundrees.net/Micro_Fix/

Posted on Aug 13, 2007

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