Question about Sennheiser RS 110 Consumer Headphones
Trying to fix it, I have stripped the wires back. The tiny red and blue wires (that are inside the red jacket - that's inside the black cable) are they separate signals? To clarify Split black cable Red coated wire Silver wire Split red cable Red and blue wires - don't appear insulated in any way.. Anyway I tried both options of connecting them up but still can't pick up a signal
Buy a new cable. I don't know what the application here is, but if you have the capacity, go to either HDMI, digital or optical, rather than straight RCA cables.
Posted on Jul 29, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure you are connecting to the OUTPUT section and not the input, look in the back of the television it should say output and have its own red and white pluga, if you connect the red and white cables to the input section on the front of the television or on the section on the back that says input you will not get any reception make sure you are connecting to the output
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
SOURCE: replacing headphone connector
The impedance or resistance of the two different sets of wires might be different. The higher the impedance the less signal. If your cable is long enough you are better off spending the five or so dollars for a new plug. Red is right, green or blue is left and copper is ground.( Usually) Unfortunately not all manufacturers agree. Also what could have happened is a short between the wires that you soldered.Make sure they are physically separated from each other and insulated.
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: My Sennheiser HD 205 suddenly
The two copper wires on your headphones are independent grounds for each channel. Twist them together and attach them to the ground cable ( black) of the new plug. The colored wires of the headphone correspond to the live wires of each channel, and the plug should have the same colors. Wiring together the grounds will not affect in any way the stereo separation, it is just that each ear needs its own ground. Cheaper headsets just transfer the ground from one ear to the other one through the metal headband.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
One method is to bare the ends of the individual wires, and lay the cables side by side.
Don't worry about uneven lengths, just as long as you can get the appropriate wires together.
Solder or even twist them together, and tape each connection to prevent them shorting out.
Heatshrink tube is great here if you have any. It males a tidier repair.
Now tape together the paired cables for about an inch, then lay out the cable so it is straight and bend up the join to lay along it and tape it there.
This prevents strain on the joins.
I don't know about a wire wheel, it might not be delicate enough for this application, but thank you, I'll remember it and try it sometime.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
SOURCE: Sennheiser HD 205 Headphones. My
Hi, Ian, If you have soldering experience, you might be able to replace it by yourself. If you remove the portion of the wire that is frayed and replace it with new wiring, it might work. If you feel comfortable doing this, I would say go ahead. However, it might be just as cost-effective to take it to a local audio-repair shop and have them do it. I have had multiple sets rewired myself, and it has cost less than $20 each time. Either way, it should be a relatively easy and cheap fix.
Posted on May 18, 2011
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