Question about Sennheiser Audio Players & Recorders
I'd like to repair the cable. both of the speakers work but both of the small jacks which are plugged into them don't work. I'd like to shorten the 3m cable and obviously fix the side that doesn't work. this jack is plugged into the headphone, not the audio device (laptop, ipod, etc.)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, since the Headphone pin is stuck in the Jack, you are not getting audio from Speakers.
You should have noticed that connecting the headphones to the Jack will block the audio coming from the Speakers and the same is the current situation.
You can either try removing the blocked part using a Tweaser or get it repaired.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
If you are mechanically/technically incline, this link shows you how to open the MacBook Pro.
Maybe you can resolder the connector into place.
Click on this link. Or copy and paste it into your browser.
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Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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
sound like the hardware supporting your headphones may have disconnected from its solder.This could have happened from dropping the notebook with the headphones plugged in and landing badly, or a strong or constant tug on the input. Otherwise, it could be a software configuration like you've tried
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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