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Cords,reciever, and headphones

My grandparents recently bought a RCA whp150c set which came with headphones, cords, reciever, but no instructions manual. Im very good with electronics but i went and toyed with it and i even went to the internet which didnt help me at all but i need some help! I need to figure out where the 3 cords go to there is one cord that is curly another that connects to an outlet and another that is probably has something to do with a tv or stereo. If you can help please notify it would be greatly appreciatted

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  • dopeysher Nov 17, 2008

    need help with which cords go to where?

  • ydirty_30 Mar 01, 2009

    we read the instructions but still donot understand i am novice and donot understand electronics please help

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The curly cord goes into the headphones themselves. It is for recharging the batteries. The power cord is obvious. The audio cord plugs into your computer, laptop, TV, radio, etc. To USE the head phones, unplug them from the curly cord. The sound goes from your laptop, etc. to the pillar-type thingy, from there it goes into the air where your headphones pick it up. I use mine while doing housework and tossing the ball outside with my dog. While my laptop sits in the office I can hear my audio book in the yard outside and all around the house. Just remember to plug the headphones back into the curly cord to recharge the battery. If / when the batteries die, you can use regular AA batteries...BUT DON"T PLUG THE CURLY CORD INTO "AA" BATTERIES or IT WILL BLOW UP!!

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