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HJC IS33 helmet. Instructions where to locate a J&M Audio 279 Performance Series headphone. Also how to make the proper installation.

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Use an internet search engine there are many available. Then go to the manufacturers website or read the instructions that come with it.

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SHG7980 Windows 8 drivers not available


If there is a driver needed ?

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The headphone jack on the computer connects to the sound card, a hardware device that controls audio input and output on the PC.
The card contains a digital-to-analog converter that converts analog audio into digital signals and visa-versa.
The performance of the headphone jack, therefore, depends on how well the sound card functions; if the card doesn't work, then the headphones connected to the PC won't output sound.
Reconfiguring the audio settings will often fix problems with audio output on the headphone jack, but if the former fails to resolve the issue, replacing the sound card in its entirety is sometimes the only means of repair.
Click "Start." Enter "sound" into the search box. Select "Sound" from beneath Control Panel.
Double-click "Headphones."
If no "Headphones" option is available, double-click "Speakers."
Click "Properties" on the General tab.
Check the Device Status field for errors. Look up the message on Microsoft Support for more assistance, if applicable.
Close the window if the Device Status field reads "This Device Is Working Properly." Go to the "Levels" tab.
Click the speaker button to unmute the volume if the icon contains a red circle-backslash symbol. Drag the top slider to the right to increase the headphone volume.
Go to the "Enhancements" tab.
Check "Disable all Sound Effects." Go to Applications, and then clear "Allow Applications to Take Exclusive Control of This Device."
Click "OK" to close Headphones Properties or Speakers Properties.
Test the audio.
If the headphones fail to output sound, unplug the headphones from the computer.
Reconnect the headphones to the PC.
Headphone jacks are color-coded lime green on most PCs.
Look for the headphones symbol if the jacks are not color-coded.
Plug the headphones into the line-out port on the back of the computer if the headphone jack on the front of the PC fails to work, or visa-versa.
Test the headphones.
If headphones still won't emit sound, the sound card most likely requires replacement.
Replacing the Sound Card
Shut down the computer. Remove the power cord from the back of the PC.
Disconnect the keyboard, mouse, monitor and all other peripheral devices.
Loosen the screws found on the back of the case, then slide the cover panel off of the case. Touch the chassis to protect the hardware from electrostatic discharge, or ESD.
Set the computer on its side.
Locate the sound card found on the opposite of the audio jacks and loosen the screw that secures the card to the computer.
If no expansion card is located opposite the jacks, the computer uses an integrated sound card which can't be removed.
Remove the new audio card from its protective packaging.
Line up the card with an available expansion slot on the motherboard, then push the card down into the slot to install the new audio jacks.
Screw the card to the computer case.
Reassemble the computer.
Turn on the PC. Boot in to Windows and insert the CD that came with the new expansion card. Follow the onscreen instructions to install the sound card software to the computer.
Plug the headphones into the new line-out jack.

Jul 10, 2013 | Intel Computers & Internet

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Headphone jack does not work


The headphone jack on the computer connects to the sound card, a hardware device that controls audio input and output on the PC. The card contains a digital-to-analog converter that converts analog audio into digital signals and visa-versa. The performance of the headphone jack, therefore, depends on how well the sound card functions; if the card doesn't work, then the headphones connected to the PC won't output sound. Reconfiguring the audio settings will often fix problems with audio output on the headphone jack, but if the former fails to resolve the issue, replacing the sound card in its entirety is sometimes the only means of repair.
Click "Start." Enter "sound" into the search box. Select "Sound" from beneath Control Panel. Double-click "Headphones." If no "Headphones" option is available, double-click "Speakers." Click "Properties" on the General tab. Check the Device Status field for errors. Look up the message on Microsoft Support for more assistance, if applicable. Close the window if the Device Status field reads "This Device Is Working Properly." Go to the "Levels" tab. Click the speaker button to unmute the volume if the icon contains a red circle-backslash symbol. Drag the top slider to the right to increase the headphone volume. Go to the "Enhancements" tab. Check "Disable all Sound Effects." Go to Applications, and then clear "Allow Applications to Take Exclusive Control of This Device." Click "OK" to close Headphones Properties or Speakers Properties. Test the audio. If the headphones fail to output sound, unplug the headphones from the computer. Reconnect the headphones to the PC. Headphone jacks are color-coded lime green on most PCs. Look for the headphones symbol if the jacks are not color-coded. Plug the headphones into the line-out port on the back of the computer if the headphone jack on the front of the PC fails to work, or visa-versa. Test the headphones. If headphones still won't emit sound, the sound card most likely requires replacement. b> Replacing the Sound Card b> Shut down the computer. Remove the power cord from the back of the PC. Disconnect the keyboard, mouse, monitor and all other peripheral devices. Loosen the screws found on the back of the case, then slide the cover panel off of the case. Touch the chassis to protect the hardware from electrostatic discharge, or ESD. Set the computer on its side. Locate the sound card found on the opposite of the audio jacks and loosen the screw that secures the card to the computer. If no expansion card is located opposite the jacks, the computer uses an integrated sound card which can't be removed. Remove the new audio card from its protective packaging. Line up the card with an available expansion slot on the motherboard, then push the card down into the slot to install the new audio jacks. Screw the card to the computer case. Reassemble the computer. Turn on the PC. Boot in to Windows and insert the CD that came with the new expansion card. Follow the onscreen instructions to install the sound card software to the computer. Plug the headphones into the new line-out jack. Hope this helps.

Jan 21, 2013 | Acer Aspire Computers & Internet

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How to play with headphones


If you have a preamp output jack or a headphones jack on the back- those will work. They should interupt the speaker if you are wanting it for practice purposes.

if you do not have those, and want to add one, tap at the control grid of the Phase inverter ECC83/12AX7A which should be common grid to the final preamp tube, which should also be an ECC83/12AX7A and locate the coupling capacitor so you can tap ahead of it with a .1 microfarad 600 WVDC capacitor or one that matches the factory capacitor in series to the new jack, with shielded audio wire/coax to the new jack location, at the tip and the coaxial jacket should go to chassis ground at both ends. The grid is either pin2 or pin7 depending which way they chose to wire it. I do not have an Orange Amp schematic in front of me.

If you want to risk noise at that location, make it interuptable so when the headphones are removed, the circuit completes to the N/C contact of the headphone jack (which opens/opened when headphone plug is inserted.) back to the grid terminal. with that terminal connected by shielded wire back to the grid.

Instead of adding a capacitor, you can use the factory capacitor, just mount a terminal strip next to the phase inverter and move the capacitor to that new terminal tab and the wire to lead to the tip together on that ear, and the return wire from the headphone jack goes to the now vacated tube pin terminal. .

Look to see if on of the filament/heater pins is grounded to chassis- if so, just ground the sleeve contact of the jack. If it is not, determine which pin is closest to chassis ground potential and run the sleeve contact over to that pin. could be either 4, 5, or 9 Make sure to use an insulating headphone jack.

EL34 outputs should never be connected to a headphone.

Feb 06, 2012 | Orange Amps Orange RK50TCMKII212...

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I receieved a pair of Koss SB145 headphones without the instruction manual. It has two connectors and I am clueless how to record things etc..


I suspect that you actually have the Koss multimedia headphone/microphone model SB/45 as shown on the right earcup, not SB145.

If this is the case, the 3.5mm connector with the black plastic (contains a headphone symbol molded into the plastic) and red insulation bands separating the conductors is for the stereo headphones. The other 3.5mm connector with the tan plastic (contains a microphone symbol molded into the plastic) and black insulation bands is for the microphone.

You need to plug these into the microphone input and headphone output connectors on your computer or whatever device you are recording with. Then adjust the microphone input audio level and headphone output audio level on your recording device. Consult your manual for your recording device to locate the correct connectors and for instructions to adjust the audio levels.

Also, be sure to check and adjust the volume level control on the headphone cord if you don't hear anything after correctly connecting them to your recording device and adjusting the levels.

Aug 14, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Headphone audio doesn't work when pluged into headphone jack but will work if pluged into speaker jack


since speaker works nothing should stop the headphone it is likely that the headphone is faulty.try another headphone

Mar 16, 2011 | HP Pavilion DV8225NR Notebook

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I have a Hohner amp that has sound coming from earphones when I plug them into the headphone jack, but there's no sound coming out of the speaker itself when the earphones are unplugged. How do I fix that?


the headphone socket acts as a switch for main audio and headphone line. either u have a defective socket or the power amp is defective. headphone line is driven by a preamp, which is working - if power amp is defective- headphone works but power amp fails. try changing the headphone socket first. 

Apr 25, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Audio/sound problems


sounds (pun intended) like you have your headphones plugged into the microphone input. See if you can change the spot they are plugged in...

good luck

May 23, 2009 | HP 417035-001 - HP Pavilion dv2000 Series...

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Audio input/output problem


Dear user,,

Pl go to control panel and select sound/audio device and click and see you see install sound device.

pl double click on speaker symbol at taskbar.

see volume controler and selecting hedphone device and see it is mute or not


Regards,

Ravindra Shah

May 23, 2009 | HP 417035-001 - HP Pavilion dv2000 Series...

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Antenna


Wear the antenna headphones around your neck and use ear buds. Works like a charm!

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