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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok.. first.. the simple thing is to go into your television menu and turn the television speaker OFF.
Then exit the menu and turn the volume up.. try your headphones now.
Next.. check the back of the TV for a FIXED AUDIO OUT.. plut your headphones into these outputs.. if you have these.. you can simply turn the set down.. and use the volume control on the headphones.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
I had the same problem when I plugged it into a new HDTV. The problem was that the sound on the TV was set too low. The transmitter has a feature that automatically turns off when the signal is off or too low. Try turning up the TV volume to a high/higher level and it should solve your problem. Using the headphone jack with the white input allows you to use the headphones while bypassing the TV speakers.
Posted on May 02, 2009
SOURCE: no sound from headphone
Worse case scenario is that your left speaker is gone but usually what happens is a break in the cable someplace.Are you using the 1/8" plug or are you using them with the 1/4" adapter. The 1/4" adapter might be worn out but is easily purchased and replaced.The cabling from the plug runs into the left can and from there splits into left and right speakers. There will be a wire that follows the head band under the cushion from left to right. With these headphones there is a swivel above the can and the problem might be in there. Half the problem is getting at the wiring to test it. Usually the plate that the speakers are mounted on is screwed to the back cup and the screws can be reached by removing the earpad. You will need a volt ohm meter to test the wiring. You can also test the speakers with it. Unfortunately most plugs on headphones are molded onto the cable so you will have to start by testing from the plug to the left can. Inside the left can will be a junction point where the main cable feeds the right speaker. Test up to there for right and left and if the connections are good then test the speaker. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: The left ear of my
one or more of three things might have happen 1. the wire came off the speaker itself 2. the wire has been crushed in some part along the line in some shape or form 3. the wire came off the headphone jack in terms that it was built weak and ment to break to get you to buy more. In all three cases it just takes a bit of soldering and black tape.
Posted on Mar 03, 2011
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