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If it only happens when you plug in a jack to speakers (headphones?) have you tried a different jack (or headset)? Are you sure the jack is fully inserted in the plug-in?
yes i've tried different headsets and speakers. Also tried to see if it was a difference in internal storage or sd storage but no difference. The problem only occurs when playing stored music through something connected to the 3.5mm jack.
When using an app like the Eq App jsonsini95 use only that app And no other Eq music app because it can cause skipping an distortion. and to use it to the fullest buy the App key. When i'm listening with out my headsets i usually set the 14khz at 0 or slightly below that an it sound allot better threw the outer speaker. You said this happens when playing stored music well what i suggest on that is Go to your My Music Player--> Tap the Menu Key--> then settings--> Then Audio Affects--> then Wired Stereo Devices--> you'll see Enable Audio Effects Un-Check it. See how it Does with this Un-Checked if sounds better with just using the EQ app leave it Un-Checked. I have mine Checked The Effects profile is set to custom the Surround is off the Equalizer is set Bass Punch..
Now as for my Phone Speaker the One in the Back the Audio Affects i have Un-checked and as i mentioned i let the Eq App do the Rest.. That's how i got mine Set up an it sounds way better than it Did..b33