Question about RCA WHP140 Consumer Headphones
I have my headphones hooked up to my computer with the transmitter close by. The sound is clear and good but when the audio volume lowers such as a soft section of music or a silent moment in a movie I get a blast of static. I have minimized this some by jacking into my speakers and turning the volume way up. This works alright for a movie when the audio is continuous, but when I am listening to music, the pause between songs will always trigger this. The audio will not return unless I turn off my desktop speaker and turn it back on. Turning off and on the transmitter base works rarely. I can't find my model number on RCAs website, this worries me.
My headphones are not RCA, but are wireless like yours. I get this symptom when my batteries get weak. Using a volt meter, you can test the batteries voltage. They need to read at least 1.2 volts each. Check the connection from the base to Headphones. My headphones do not have a physical connection, and if I place them in the base backwards, my headphones do not charge. It may be time to get you some new rechargeable batts. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Nov 03, 2007
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