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Nokia 5800 is a good music phone, however the head phones bundled along with it are of average quality, you can purchase another pair of headphones for it
I am using Creative EP 630 In-Ear style headphones, which would cost you around Rs 1000 or Rs 1100, they offer good sound quality on Nokia 5800, you would have to customize the handset equilizer settings in the music player to suit your sound quality requirement.
att is attenuator. It reduces the strength on incoming signals. It is meant to mainly reduce the signals of STRONG LOCAL stations that are blocking your reception of other stations adjacent channels. Or, if your are listening to the STRONG LOCAL staton but they sound distorted or muffles, turning on the attenuator (att) might clear up the sound of their transmission. It is alos used to just reduce the sensitivity of your scanner so that you will only hear local calls, like a local/distant switch would do.
I had the same problem only mine was VERY frequent (about twice/hour). I finally fixed it by taking off the cover and removing the MUTING button which I never used anyway. Remove the button that sticks through the front panel only - no wiring. The MUTING button is between the balance and volume controls. This reduced the problem from twice/hour to about once/year (we have it on severaly hours every day).