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What colour wire does what with Samsung in ear earphones

I've stripped open a pair of these at the jack to fix them, but I can't remember which colour wire is left ear, right ear, and volume controls. There's red, black, green/brown and bare copper. Thanks in advance.

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This is an educated guess.
You should have 4 rings around your 3.5mm connector. From the tip to the base of the connector....
#1 - left audio - Black
#2 - right audio - Red
#3 - Ground - bare copper
4# - Mic/volume - green/brown
The wires for the left and right channels (pins 1 and 2) and the ground, (pin 3) should run from the connector through the volume control, to each ear piece. The mic/volume wire should terminate at that control. although it could connect to more than one place within the control.
You may be able to open the volume control, gently, and see which wire stops there and which continue on through.

I hope this gives you enough information to complete your project.

Dennis

Posted on May 08, 2014

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