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Do I need an amp to fix this problem? Sony Walkman NWZ-A845 + KOSS PRODJ100

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I have just got a pair of KOSS DJPRO100 headphones. My current MP3 player is the "Sony Walkman NWZ-A845".

The sound coming from these headphones when connected to this music source just does not sound right! It really sounds weird.

I know the Sony headphones that the player came with have a 4 section jack compared to the KOSS' 3 section. Also, the player has a constant Noise Cancelling option that I cannot seem to turn off, only change modes.

 

Could anyone tell me if an amp and using a LOD connection would give me a better sound? It just sounds outright weird right now.

 

(Apologies if this is in the wrong forum)

 

EDIT: I am also noticing a significant crackle when there is a heavy bass section...these headphones are new, could they be faulty?

 

Many Thanks

Stylis


Edited by Stylis10 - 11/11/13 at 12:31pm
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Go to the HOME menu, then go to Noise Canceling, then Noise Canceling [On/Off], then choose Off. 

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