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>You can use the 3.5 mm headphone jack on the Touch LG ENV to
an audio device via an auxiliary input. If the audio cable is connected, the
phone automatically updates all sounds cable. Then you can play music from the
music player devices, such as car radios and systems external speaker. The 3.5
mm audio jack is a stereo connection, and is the audio standard for many
electronic devices. <br />
<p>1. Connect one end of the audio cable to the 3.5 mm
headphone jack on the Touch LG ENV. <br />
<p>2. Connect the other end of the cable into the auxiliary
input device you are connecting. <br />
<p>3. Change the input of your audio device to take extra. Car
radio, press the AUX button. See the device manual for specific instructions. <br />
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.
Get an adapter: the one you need depends on the headphone type. If you have the standard IPod/computer headphones with a 3.5 mm plug, get a 3.5 mm F to RCA stereo (2 male plugs). Then plug the RCA plugs into the audio out of the TV and the headphones into the 3.5 mm end.
The TV's Audio out is between the Composite Video IN (Video 1) and the PC input.
If you want to have a longer cable, get the 3.5 mm F to RCA stereo (2 Female ends) adapter. Then connect a stereo audio cable to the TV audio out and the RCA side of the adapter and the headphones to the 3.5 mm port.
Make sure that the TV outputs to the external speakers (some tvs do this automatically when external speakers are plugged in). Menu > Sound
for these stereo you have a AUX IN on the back (L and R RCA sockets)
from your manual follow these steps.
1. Press [AUX].
The unit comes on.
2. For listening: Proceed to step 3.
For recording: Press [a, REC] (recording starts).
3. Start playback from the external source. (For details, refer to the
external unit’s instruction manual.)
External unit connections
• An analog player with a built-in phono equalizer can be connected.
• For details, refer to the instruction manual of the units which are to
• When units other than those described above are to be connected,
please consult your audio dealer.
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then you need a ipod audio cable, available on mac store, but these cabble has 3,5 mm jack connector, need a adapter 3,5mm stereo jack to rca Connectors, and these is available on electronics stores, or professional audio store
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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.
Have you got the TV set to the correct channel ? A lot of the TV's have a PC input, but no sound when that input is selected, so plugging the audio into another input won't allow you to use it as a monitor and have sound at the same time. If it were a desktop PC, you could use a DVI-HDMI convertor and get the sound in that way, but most, if not all, laptops have analogue 15 pin video outputs.
I believe there is something wrong, its a normal stereo socket.
I use differend 3.5 to 2.5 adapter (standard, from the shelf)without any problem to connect an FM Stereo-Transmitter.
The best solution to connect your car radio, its wireless.