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Want to replace PX100 wires

I want to replace my px100 wiring with the iphone 3g headphone wires that have the  mic and audio controls built in. Essentially, I just need to open the ear pieces to solder the iphone wires in place. Any advice on how to open and reseal?

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Just be careful, maybe try to find a guide to dissasembling the PX-100's - I had a pair go bad that I tried to open up and I mangled them somewhat - of course I wasn't being super careful, nor were they in great condition at that point. There's a lot of you tube vides about replacing the ear buds with other ear buds - it should be straight forward, minus the extra care for taking the PX-100's apart. Any concerns about impedance matching for the wires? Could this represent a degradation of the PX-100's sound if the wires are diff. impedance?

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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here goes....straight for Mr. Koss

To Operate with AC Adapter
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  2. Replace battery covers.
  3. Connect DUAL PLUG CONNECTOR on left speaker to right speaker at connection marked "TO LEFT SPEAKER."
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  10. Operating a microphone through your speakers require an additional 3.5mm plug to 3.5mm plug cable (included). Connect cable with 3.5mm straight plug to right speaker at input marked "MIC" on back of speaker. Plug the remaining 3.5mm L--plug into the mic input on audio source. Connect your microphone to the front of your speakers at "MIC" input (microphone not included)
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