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Do these take any batteries or do you just plug into the mains.

I am thinking of buying these headphones just need to know if they use rechargeable batteries or you just plug them into the mains

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Hello, i have problem with TA-709 headphones batteries, i need to know if is there any possible replacement,


You are correct about 1.5 volt not being shown as rechargeable. However that 1.2 should be enough. You need to be able to test those batteries or buy brand new alkaline ones.

Feb 25, 2017 | Audio Players & Recorders

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What can I buy to extend the headphone socket.my telly is hung on a wall.and the headphone socket is about 6 inches in from the side of the telly.and being an invalid.this is very awkwardi need to ext


Sorry, but you are asking the impossible thing.
Headphone sockets are made, to mute the main sound on every device they are on, when something is inserted.
You can't change that by plugging in anything else. The only way around is a tech who opens the TV, and does a modification internal. He / she must know what to be done, or else the TV will be damaged. I think I could manage it, but Sorry I don't do house calls. Only from my home behind the computer.

Feb 04, 2015 | Televison & Video

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On the 15-12-2014 i bought a lloytron 5 in 1 wireless headphone, the manual says i need a 4.5V DC adapter for mains but nowhere does it say the amount of (amps) needed before i buy one,since there are so...


I would think anything over 300 mA would be ok. But I would go for something around 1 to 2 amps.
As long as the voltage is 4.5 it doesn't matter if the current is 10 Amps or a 100 Amps. They will only draw as much current as they need. The maximum working current is only 30MA.

Receiver:
Max consumption current 30MA
Power Supply 2 x AAA batteries

Transmitter:
Frequency 85
Transmitting Distance 10M
Complete Voltage 3V
Max working current 7.5mA
System mode RF
Power Supply 2 x AAA batteries or 4.5 DC not included

Dec 18, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Battery failure


I know this is almost a year old, but why can't you access the batteries? How have you been using the headphones without either recharging or simple using regular batteries? The batteries that came with the unit are not proprietary and any pair of AA batteries will work. I haven't used the Sony batteries that came with the headphone for years, won't recharge anymore. I have been using Sanyo eneloop AA rechargeable batteries ever since and keep a fresh pair of batteries recharged at all times. And it seems like they go on for ever, but the time between replacing the batteries is about once a month.

Feb 07, 2014 | Sony MDR-IF5000 Headphones

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How do i use my infared headphones and can i use them on my laptop


You should be able to use infrared headphones with your laptop. You don't give a brand or model, but they're all pretty much the same. The transmitter connects to an audio source (and to a power source as well, so you'll need an AC outlet nearby) with the appropriate cable, and you just put the headphone on and turn on the power. Some headphones take regular batteries, while others have a rechargeable battery like a cordless phone; those are recharged when you hang the headphones back on the transmitter.

The couple of infrared headphone systems I've used both had RCA input jacks. The headphone jack on a laptop takes a 1/8-inch mini-stereo plug, so you'll need an adapter with a regular stereo patch cord (RCA plugs at both ends) or a cable with the right plug on the computer end and RCA plugs at the other. Radio Shack sells both.

If you have questions about your headphones, you can usually find a downloadable manual at the manufacturer's website.

Jun 21, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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No sound on left ear


I will assume you have tried tuning them via the control mounted on the headphones and still get nothing from the left ear.


First try a different channel setting on the base and retune the headphones.. if this doesn't fix it..


Check all your connections.. at the headphone base as well as the source.


Also I suggest trying them on a different source.


Since you did not mention what the source is.. I will make a few additional suggestions.


If plugged into an amplifier.. try repeated switching between output sources.. If the amp is playing fine through both speakers.. pick up an inexpensive adapter that will allow you to plug the red and white rca jacks into a headphone jack, then try HP output. (some RS 120 units shipped with this adapter)


If the source is the television itself check the connections on the back.. and check your balance settings on the sets main menu.


Depending on how old the headphones are along with frequency of use you may need new batteries.


Make sure the batteries are fully charged.. remove them and test the voltage.. they can do this for you at Radio Shack if you don't own a volt ohm meter or some other testing device.


Replacement batteries are not that expensive.. just make sure you replace them with the exact type (AAA - NiMH) and allow plenty of time for them to charge before use (overnight)


This last bit of advice I suggest caution.


You can put a fresh set of AAA standard batteries in the headphones and test them.. DO NOT PUT THE HEADPHONES ON THE CHARGING CRADLE with these batteries or you MAY DAMAGE THE HEADPHONES.


In fact I suggest you place a piece of tape or something on the cradle before you do this to remind you.. once you finish testing the headphones with standard non rechargeable batteries .. again trying different settings and tunings the set.. If they work .. you probably need a new set of rechargeable batteries..


This is a quick and dirty way of testing/comparing.. but REMOVE the standard batteries immediately after this test. Placing the headphones on the charging cradle with standard batteries in place could cause them to rupture and leak into the headphones.. so again.. be careful if you decide to test them in this fashion.


Good luck!

Feb 08, 2011 | Sennheiser RS 120 Consumer Headphones

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Camera Wont turn on


It really could be the batteries. You may want to buy a very good pair of high power Duracell or Energisers first just to make sure that the problem is not with the camera.

I bought my mother this HDC-1061E camera and it was fine for not very long until it seemed the batteries that came in the camera box ran out. A short time. And I offerred a new pair of batteries I found lying around, they were cheap batteries I would use for something not requiring much power. And they brought the camera on but it went off within a second or two each time.

Though then I recalled an 8.2 mexapixel camera I bought for myself last year made by Kodak, and I found that some cheap batteries would not even turn that camera on. And expensive duracells didn't actually last long at all.

What's the solution? Buy a couple of 4 packs of NiMh (2700, no less) batteries (UniRoss is a good buy for this, around £9.99 a 4 pack in Amazon), and a recharger separately. If you're thinking about the environment you should think about a solar recharger though that will recharge a good amount slower than recharging from the mains (there are some more expensive units, if you look around, that offer solar and mains recharging).

I suggest two 4 packs so you have the batteries you are using, another set to exchange for a long day out (maybe not so long in fact, these cameras eat batteries so quickly), a further pair of emergency batteries, and then a pair kept always at hand at home if you need to load fresh batteries at any time. Recharge as soon as used.
A cheapish mains recharger won't cost more or much more than £13 to £20 and may esaily be a few pounds less. Solar rechargers are available in this bracket too, usually a little more expensive than mains ones. If you buy the battery I have specified this should work fine.

Jul 02, 2009 | Hitachi M2L Digital Camera

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RCA headphones - nicad or alkaline batteries WHP141


BATTERY INSTALLATION AND INFORMATION
Your wireless headphone unit requires two rechargeable AAA batteries.
Rechargeable batteries are uncharged when you purchase them. Before
you can use the wireless headphones, the batteries must be charged for
16 hours. Follow these steps to install and charge the batteries.
Installing the Rechargeable Batteries
Take care to follow these steps to correctly install the batteries.
1. On the right headphone, locate the battery compartment (1).
Use the finger depression on the compartment to turn the battery
compartment cover counterclockwise to remove the cover.
2. Insert two AAA rechargeable batteries, carefully following the
markings inside to ensure the batteries are inserted properly, with
the + and - ends in the correct positions.
3. Replace the battery compartment cover.
Charging the Rechargeable Batteries
To recharge the headset unit, follow the directions below. Note: The
cradle/transmitter on the WHP141 is not a recharging cradle, although
you may place the headset in the cradle during recharging.
Follow these steps to recharge the NiMH rechargeable batteries.
1. Make sure the ON/OFF switch (2), located on the right headphone,
is in the OFF position.
2. Connect the AC/DC main power adapter to the DC IN power
supply socket (11), located on the back of the cradle/transmitter.
3. Plug the adapter into an electrical outlet.
4. Connect the charging cable (10), located on the back of the
cradle/transmitter to the recharging input (3), located on the right
headphone. The headphones can either be placed in the
cradle/transmitter or placed next to the unit. If the headphones are
connected correctly, the charging LED indicator light on the
cradle/transmitter (8) illuminate.

Mar 27, 2009 | RCA WHP141 Consumer Headphones

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I plugged headphones into my samsung sch-a930 and now that the headphones are unplugged i cannot hear phone calls or music without the headphones


I think you just plugged an over size headphone jack...


OK, play music and try to plug and unplug several times.

if sound heard form phone just leave.

otherwise get replaced the headphone socket.

Apr 19, 2008 | Cell Phones

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Sennheiser TR136 Wireless Headphones Nothing Happens


Replace the NiMh batteries. They might be bad. Could happen during power surges as you indicated you had. Let them charge up fully 14-18 hours as the book suggests.

Aug 25, 2007 | Sennheiser RS115 Wireless Headphones

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