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Headphones needs another ac adapter,dog ate wiregoing to heanhones from ac jack

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Hi Meanmama

Is there still enough cable left from the headphones to the chewed end for comfortable use? If not you might have to replace the whole cable length.

If not, you can just fit a stereo mini jack (3.5 mm diameter) on the chewed end.

For this you will need a soldering iron and some basic soldering skills.

Are you able to solder a plug onto a lead?

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Many lower quality "computer headphones" or headsets have two 1/8" plugs. One is often black or red and is for an included microphone that may be a boom type (shown below) connected to one of the speakers or an "in-line" type built into the cord itself. The headphone speakers in the headset get their signal from the other plug - which is usually green; but could be any color really. There should be 3 metal parts on the stereo headphone plug. The tip, the middle ring and the bottom ring. Many times the mic is mono (not stereo) and only has only a tip and a bottom ring on the plug. You can see stereo headphone and microphone plugs he picture below:

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From the manual:

1. Plug the stereo audio cable into the headphone jack of your audio
source (e.g., stereo, TV, CD player, DVD, etc.). If your audio source
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supplied Y cable to connect your headphones to the two (red and
white) RCA jacks.
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socket at the back of the recharging cradle/transmitter.
3. Connect the AC/DC main power adapter to the DC IN power
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Important: This power unit is intended to be correctly oriented in a
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