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In the cassette is a little head, where the wires goto.
It is supposed to be two shielded wires, soldered on the head. The shield will be put together, to avoid extra hum and other noise.
If you don't have a clue, or you have to by a soldering iron, forget it, because on Ebay you perhaps find another adapter for only a few box.
The headphone cable maybe faulty. To locate the fault along the headphone wire, while you are listening to music slowly flex along he cable from the headphone to the plug in your player, When the music stops then you have located the broken wire in the cable. This can be repaired by fixing the break. You may need a friend to help you repair the cable.
i think ur headphone wires or its pin at end will be defective.. 99%there is no chance of failures in speakers .. try to replace ur headphone cable with new cable. just solder the cable with speaker inline pins..
Buy a new plug at Radio shack (for instance) and solder it on to your headphone, just cut the old/broken plug off at the base as to save the most lengt of your wire. Make sure to 'burn' the ends of the wires you are about to attach(1 or 2 second flame from a lighter) they are coated, but its hard to see, burning them removes this coat making the wires able to transmit the electrical current(music, in this case :P)....IF YOU DON'T WANT TO/KNOW HOPW to solder, then I would buy the cheapest headphones you can buy(Dollar store), cut the cord off somehwere halfway and reattach that to the cord on your headphones. MAKE SURE TO "BURN" the coating off the wires for this procedure to, or they will be together, but they wont make any contact!...I've done this many times and it has always worked great fror me!...Good luck.
The wire connection inside the cable is broken. You can disassemble it, cut the wire past the broken point (usually where it makes a sharp bend) and re-solder it. If the wire is too short, you need to get an new wire or get the wire from a donor headphone and replace it.
I think I have it. I've only had a chance to listen to a couple of songs till the brand new headset's right ear died. I took it apart and found that when I hook up another speaker in parallel with the dead one, it works, which can only mean that the circuit is fine and the 'dead' speaker is really dead. No idea where to get a replacement though.
Assuming the cord just does like any standard audio cable and transmits sound one way from the 3.5mm jack to the headphones then you could get some wire and solder it in at either end, then just use some stage tape to wrap around the join.
Were they normal headphones I'd just suggest some new ones, but noise cancelling are expensive IIRC.