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Headphones My headphone wire ripped so i matched the colors and it still didn't work. The colors were 2 gold, 1 red, and 1 green can you please help me and tell me if that was right.

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Re: Headphones

I would recommend purchasing a new headphone for the player that would be much easier. or you can try contacting sandisk to have your headphone replace and remember it will be a one time replacement.

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Wire broke

Speakers need two wires. there should be two solder pads similar in a radial arrangement on the back of each speaker around the magnet. If you do not have a solder Iron, it won't help anyway. Each speaker, two wires. 4 wires in headphones, reduced to 3 as two are a common, the clear ones. Red and White or another color go to channels L and R.

Oct 31, 2013 | Thermaltake Audio Headsets HT-SHK002ECBL...

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I trip wire broken

I noticed that no 1 spoke of the wires that you were requesting so what I found out from the board self for the a iTrip work comes up the little LCD display if you pop it open it tells you what each 1 of those wires are for the red and black obviously are power and ground. Green is Right side, brown is ground (or S on Griffin's board), yellow is Left Side, purple goes to 'I', blue to 'X', white is 'T'. I'm only guessing for the x,t,&I but i maybe the interaction from connector to LCD x is receive and the is transmit. Not really sure on it so don't quote me on that. But that's about far as I can help with. Since I'm converting mine from iPod connector to regular headphone jack to use on my android

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Skullcandy headphones wireing ripped apart at y conection. Reapirable?

It would cheaper to replace the headphones, generally in most cases they are not repairable, even the companies that make them won't bother with them.

Mar 10, 2011 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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I purchased this mp3 on 11th devmber. the music is not getting through to the headphones - can you help? is it powered by a battery & is one included as standard?

Hi mharrington9,

You may want to post the make and model of your mp3 player. Someone may have solved the same problem with the same player, and would then be able to give you a more specific answer than this one;

I assume you have replaced or re-charged the battery first, and that full power to your player did not help. If so, it is likely to be a problem with the headphones, the headphone receptacle, or the amplifier inside the mp3 player;

1) Headphone problem?
Get a different set of ear-bud headphones, and try them out. If the alternative set works but your headphones do not work, it's the headphones.

1a) Large headphones, small player?
If your headphones are large, but the power of your MP3 player is small, the player may not have enough power to drive the headphone speakers. If you run your MP3 player through an additional amplifier, you may then have enough power to get sound out of your headphones.

1b) Broken wire in ear bud jack?
Most of my broken ear-bud sets have failed because one or more of the wires has broken, usually at the plug-end. There are 3 thin wires; If you break the left-channel or right-channel wire, only one earbud goes out. If you break the ground wire, both earbuds stop working, or you may hear a very faint sound at full volume. If you like to solder things, it is possible to get a new plug, cut off the old one, and solder in a new one. But it may be easier to get a new set of earbuds.

2) Broken Receptacle?

Plug your ear-buds into a different, working MP3 player. If the ear-buds work, then
Plug your MP3 into a computer through the data cable, and try to play something through the computer.
If the MP3 works through the data cable, something is wrong with the receptacle for your ear-bud plug.
You may be able to get your MP3 player replaced under warranty, since the purchase was recent. Or, if no warranty and you feel adventurous, take the back off and try to re-solder or replace the receptacle-- Though this usually ends in irreparable damage to the MP3 player :-\

3) Broken MP3 player?
If you can't get any music to play through the data cable or the computer, something is seriously wrong with the guts of the MP3 player. Try for a warranty replacement if you can.

Best of luck, mharrington9

Dec 12, 2010 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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I stood up on and airplane while my I-pod headphones were plugged into the plane's ourlet and I ripped the wires from the plug. How can I rewire my headphones?

Its not worth the effort. Much easier to buy a new pair for less than 20 dollars. Ipod headphones are not very good to begin with. Try" skull candy" phones, they run about 15 dollars and are much better than apple phones.

Dec 29, 2009 | Apple MP3 & Digital Media Players

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Ipod shuffle cannot hear music through headphones


Is it really a Head phone issue? lets find out that first.
If your headphones don't work as expected or not at all, connect the headphones to another audio source, such as your computer's speaker jack or another audio device that has a 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack, and test them. If your headphones are under warranty and still don't work, you can order replacement iPod headphones - Link -;jsessionid=1B9ED1B556F0978A6C914A52711E59AA

And about the yellow and green LEDs
The yellow LED shows when the player is charging and a blinking green LED indicates you've paused the player.
At the back is another LED, the 'Battery Status' button, just below the toggle switch; when pressed, it flashes to give you a general idea of how much battery charge remains... green indicates a full charge... yellow, a low charge... red, very low charge... and no glow means its given up its ghost.

Hope this helps :-))

Dec 24, 2009 | Apple iPod shuffle MP3 Player

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My ipod wont play sound aloud, it only works with the earphones, it used to work??

The speakers may be damaged, if you think water damage is the reason that the speakers are broken then follow these steps,
1. Unplug headphones. 2. Take you iPod to a dark place i.e room with light off. 3. Take a flash light and shine it in the headphone jack 4. Look inside the headphone jack. 5. If you see something red it is likely that your iPod got water in it and the speakers are shot.
Hope this helps, --Kaleb--

Nov 16, 2009 | Apple iPod touch

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Shows the green light, but doesn't play a single song.

um i think u just need to drag songs to ur zen drive on ur c drive when u connect it to charge its better then sync the three red lights are just when u turn the volume all the way up and it will till u thats the volume limt no big deal but and if u do have music then it might be ur headphones

Sep 17, 2008 | Creative Labs Zen Stone Plus MP3 Player

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Replacement part for h2o man player

Please contact Intova directly for replacement parts for your H2O Man MP3 player. Our phone number is (808) 837-0074 or e-mail


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