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I've been having some trouble with my ipod recently, audio will only come out the right ear, I tried with differnet headphones, this happened after a week I didn't use it, Im thinking to just buy a replacement from ipodmods but I dont wanna spend that money is there anything else I can do?

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So it did the same thing with different headphones? If it's just the headphones, and it's still under warranty, I bet they'll send you new ones.

For my money, I'd buy the Sony earbuds - they're cheap and have always been great for me.

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Try changing the way your music is balanced. Similar to the fade in a car. Transfer it to the left and see if that does anything.

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Try changing the way your music is balanced. Similar to the fade in a car. Transfer it to the left and see if that does anything.


You m ean like tilt it, or move the plug around? both of those do nothing, I've already planed to get another iPod soon, should I wait till mac world?

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Try changing the way your music is balanced. Similar to the fade in a car. Transfer it to the left and see if that does anything.



you cant, it does not have that option.

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Try cleaning out the audio jack slot (what ever it's called). I think I've read people taking a small object with a kleenex or something with a tad bit of rubbing alcohol on it. Doubt that that's the issue/fix but I thought I'd mention it.

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Oh I just introduce to my friend.

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you cant, it does not have that option.


you do in rockbox :D

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Did you try to make sure that the audio jack is connected to the iPod's motherboard well? I remember the same thing happening after I installed a new battery into my iPod mini so I had to take it appart again.

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tha same thing happened to me!

there's nothing you can do! when i gave the iPod to the reparation service, they gave me a new one! so i don't think there's nothing you can do (except, getting a new one)

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you do in rockbox ;)


I know, but hes talking stock (i <3 rockbox, its the best!)

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yeah rockbox! B)





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