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How do you repair a sennheiser sk100 jack socket


I assume you mean the mic plug/jack. Bent pins or broken connectors will require a new jack and/or plug installed and they are not easy to do. These 3.5 mm jack connectors require both a light touch during install and soldering. If you're a pro then start shopping for a replacement 3.5 mm mono jack but be warned. The jack may solder directly to the PC board....which reminds me. Look for broken connections from jack to PC board..a common failure point and resolder as needed.

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Sennheiser head-phone cable problem?


This should help, skip to the part where he starts soldering the parts
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhnXUQRQ4u4

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My daughter bought new headphones in America two weeks ago but when she got home bad connection at jack making bad hearing sounds in one of the ears. When you play about with jack connection it improves...


Well, there are a few ways to solve this. The easy way would be either to call the manufacturer (At (860) 434-9190, more info here) and see if there is a warranty on the item. Second, you could just buy a new pair, which is probably not the best way. Third, you could actually splice a new jack onto the headphones with a little soldering skill. You'll need to: 1)Cut the ******** the end 2)Strip the wires off the jack (and the replacement jack) 3)Solder the wires together (Matching black to black, red to red, ground to ground, etc)
If you've never soldered before, see if you could get a friend to help. Here is a video tutorial of how to solder, if you wish to attempt this yourself.

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I am trying to replace the jack on my PX100's. I have a replacement jack and have worked out which colour wires to connect to the various pins. Problem is resin cored solder suitable for other electronic...


See my tip on headphones jack/cable problems. Also sometimes they put on a special coating on the wires. You have to scrape the wire or file it to remove it. Spit is also good at making the solder stick!

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Microphone of our ew100 failed due to stress at plug head. My attempt at repair has not worked. The very fine copper line, as well as the shielded core may have defeated my attempt. Sennheiser will no...


Hi, Sennheiser SHOULD still service these. I'd recommend having another go.

However, i'd like to clarify which part of your system has failed. Is this the locking jack plug on the ME2 / ME4 tie clip mic. A common failure point.

Or the antenna on a beltpack (also common), or something else?

They're both fixable, the locking plugs are available to buy now from other suppliers. And the antenna are just an m3 plug with a solder bucket in the top. A HOT soldering iron, and a bit of heatshrink can repair these.

If you don't have any luck then you can contact me direct and i'd be happy to have a look for you. rob@cnics.co.uk

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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.

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The 1/8" right-angle plug on my Sennheiser ear buds broke. I was able to get the piece out of my MP3 player, but I need to replace the plug - can you help?


IF THIS IS A STANDARD .125 90 DEGREE STEREO JACK(NOT FAMILIAR WITH SENNHEISER)THEN YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO PICK ONE UP AT ANY LOCAL ELECTRONICS OR STERIO STORE.ITS JUST A SIMPLE MATTER OF SOLDERING IT ON.THEY SHOULD CARRY SOLDERLESS ALSO.BUT BE WARNED THESE ARE NOT PRETTY.HOPE THIS HELPS.THANX FOR USING FIX-YA.PLEASE RATE.

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Cahnging plug


The standard HD25SP cable's 1/4" jack screws over the mini-jack. There's no reason for you to do any soldering. If you have a few inches of cord left from where you cut the plug off you may want to re-splice the cable back together to their corresponding colours. Then unscrew the 1/4" ******** to reveal the mini-jack.

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