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I having trouble hearing the music

When I try to listin to my mp3 I can't hear my music unless I move around the earphone connection

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  • Anonymous Nov 04, 2007

    yeah same problem.....i cant hear out of my left ear phone and when i move around the ear connectors...what's supposed to be in the left ear is very soft and i can only hear whats supposed to be in the right for when the song is split.....

  • Anonymous Jun 30, 2008

    Same problem. Just started happening recently.

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That doesn't work. I've tried 3 different headphones/earplugs and the problem persists.

Posted on Jun 29, 2008

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Need better earplugs not headphones,Walmart has a nice selection also Walgreen Drugs.Try gold tips

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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