MP3 player 4GB Sony Walkman NWZ-E443 £43.97 at PC World - HotUKDeals
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Saw this at PC World reduced from £71.99, online says you can reserve and collect. 30 hours battery life and 6 hours video, FM tuner recorder.

same price at currys
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#1
Yeah good luck with the low volume setting introduced due to EU legislation.
#2
That was a quick expire , why?
As to the low volume apparently when you set it up , you need to select home location thingy as USA or world.
#3
You can easily remove the 'low volume' setting. A very good find.
#4
Cold! Not an iPod!

Joking, good player, far better SQ than the iPods!
#5
decent player
#6
Brought this the other week from Argos for £40. And I'd like to know how you remove the low volume setting? I didn't have an option to choose my location when I set it up and I've turned off the AVLS (volume limit) in the settings menu under common settings but thats hardly made any difference and would like to know if there's any other way to remove the low volume setting?
#7
i did a quick search for you and 2 forums saying max volume cant be raised.
#8
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Brought this the other week from Argos for £40. And I'd like to know how you remove the low volume setting? I didn't have an option to choose my location when I set it up and I've turned off the AVLS (volume limit) in the settings menu under common settings but thats hardly made any difference and would like to know if there's any other way to remove the low volume setting?


When I first plugged this in to the PC and started loading the software it gave the option then asking me where I am located. If it's the same model then you shouldn't have a problem (confused) , If it's a different model then I suggest doing some searching on the net.
Hope that helps
I also chose the £11 warranty as I heard a lot of MP3 players tend to go faulty.

Moz123 - I only read this on the net b4 that this is the way to do it , I'm not sure how loud the volume is as I did this trick straight away and so I'm unable to compare (personally I find it loud enough but maybe it's because I'm in the over 40's age)

Edited By: Joey Bloggsy on Sep 22, 2010 22:58: xtra reply
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Joey Bloggsy
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Brought this the other week from Argos for £40. And I'd like to know how you remove the low volume setting? I didn't have an option to choose my location when I set it up and I've turned off the AVLS (volume limit) in the settings menu under common settings but thats hardly made any difference and would like to know if there's any other way to remove the low volume setting?


When I first plugged this in to the PC and started loading the software it gave the option then asking me where I am located. If it's the same model then you shouldn't have a problem (confused) , If it's a different model then I suggest doing some searching on the net.
Hope that helps
I also chose the £11 warranty as I heard a lot of MP3 players tend to go faulty.


I've now tried this but I can't say it's removed the volume limit, sounds about the same to me, but thanks anyway!

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