Can I use the headphone 3.5 mm socket to connect the GoGear to an external player using a 3.5 to 3.5 standard plug? Will this allow me to play it using the line in 3.5mm socket on the CD player I have?
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<p>The SS2300 is a Sony digital surround sound system with a
Blu-ray player. This gives you the ability to play high-definition video, while
experiencing the content in full surround sound audio. However, the speaker
system audio inputs, so you can connect external devices, including Apple
iPods. Although no direct connection to iPod, you can use a single cable to the
signal from the iPod surround sound system. <br />
<p>1. Insert the end of 3.5 mm to 3.5 mm to RCA splitter in the
headphone port on top of Apple's iPod. <br />
<p>2. Connect the RCA cables into one of the "Audio
In" ports on the back of the Sony SS2300. Multiple connections exist and
you better take note of the connection you use. This makes it easier later on
if the connection to the iPod. <br />
<p>3. Power on the Apple iPod and Sony SS2300 receiver. Press
the "Input" and select the connection to the iPod is connected. <br />
<p>4. Press the "Play" button on the iPod and play
audio content through the Sony surround sound system. <br />
Like 99% of the Visual Land products, the reset button usually fixes these issues. Try that, if not make sure the head phones are fix right with the player. If you have to force the headphone jack into the player of if it is loose, that could cause the player to believe there is no headphones pluged in. The V-Touch as a slandered, 3.5 mm headphone jack (most headphones are 3.5 mm) If you still have issues, you will have to format the player, doing so will erase ALL data that you have put on the player restoring to factory settings.
The headphone socket in the GoGear is faulty. If you can hear sounds from both ear pieces when you wriggle the headphone plug in the GoGear, then the headphone socket in the GoGear is faulty. This fault can be easily fixed by removing the circuit board in the GoGear and resoldering the headphone socket to the circuit. You need a very fine tipped temperature soldering iron to do this job.
The USB cable supplied with the Walkman Player is for connecting it to the Computer. Once you connect the Walkman Player to the Computer, it will detect it as an MTP device.
For connecting the Player to a Car Audio System, it should detect it as an MTP Device. The operations by connecting the USB of the Player to the Car Audio System is not guaranteed by Sony.
However, you can connect the Headphone Out of the Walkman to the AUX Input jack on the Car audio system (if available).
Try a different set of headphones - if these do not work, call Philips and redeem your warranty if it was purchased within the last year. Headphones can be replaced, but headphone jacls cannot be repaired.
The socket on your player is an audio output. The headphone socket on a Hi-Fi unit is, again, an audio output. If your cable has a 3.5mm audio mini-jack (male) at each end, you can connect the headphone output of your device to an input socket, but these generally only exist in some in-car players, and rarely on home audio products.
If you want to connect to a Hi-Fi system, you are better off connecting to the phono-in sockets that you will find at the back of your unit, notably on dedicated amplifiers. You can then get a simple lead with a 3.5mm audio mini-jack (male) at one end and a pair of phono plugs (left and right) at the other end. This should cost no more than a few pounds and are available from places like Maplin or from specialist sellers on eBay.