Question about Bose Around-Ear Headphones - Silver
My headphone wiring got messed up at the plug (left headphone works but
right headphone doesn't). I recently purchased a replacement jack from
radioshack for 3.99 and i've cut the wires, soldered them onto
terminals, etc but the sound quality is significantly worse. Do
different jacks effect sound quality or is it because of a poorly done
on a side note: i have Bose around-the-ear headphones
should i resolder the wires or purchase a better jack..
where can i find a better jack if thats the case?
it sounds as if the wires are wired wrong . yes it is best to solder the wires.all jacks are the same,yours will be stereo i believe. is the braid attached to the earth point, the two other wires attach to the centre of the plug and the other terminal point. these are right and left.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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