Question about Audio Players & Recorders
No problem -- just want to be sure headphones are hooked up properly
I to broke mine and couldnt find a replacement part anywhere! called xbox and every game store and no one sells them. What i did was go on Ebay and bought a Broken AS IS Headset for $8 and took the earpiece from that and put it on my working earpiece. Thats the only way to get a replacement part trust me!
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
I received a pair of JW160s headphones from my uncle which suffered from a broken band. I replaced the band using two silicone "Livestrong"-type wristbands that picked up at the dollar store. The wristbands make ideal replacement parts as they are roughly the same width as the headband at its widest point. The headband tapers down to about 13/32" width the last 2 inches on either side. If you have an X-Acto knife, you can trim the wristbands down. Make sure to add a hole down the middle of the ends (from 1/8" to 1 1/4" from the base). After fitting the two wristbands to the respective springs inside each headphone, I stapled the two wristbands together (staples upside-down) and used some electrical tape to secure it in place and cover up any staple protrusions. Worked like a charm. This information will probably come a little too late for OP, but hopefully someone else will find this information handy.
Posted on Sep 17, 2013
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