Question about Apple iPod nano
About 2 months ago, whenever I plugged any headphones into my iPod only the left side worked. It works fine on the docking station and the headphones work fine on other equipment, but the two together leaves me with sound in only one ear. Any fixes?
Same thing happened to me....makes me wanna throw my iPod out the window.
I have no ways of fixes it, but I do have ways u can listen out of both ears temporarily
Ok so you can push ur finger on the base of the headphones (The part where it is closest to the iPod) and as long as ur pushing (depends on which side, just try push on all sides while listen to music) it plays out of both ears
another way is to pull the base halfway out of the iPod it sucks if ur walking or if the iPods in ur pocket and it falls out easy but this gives better quality sound (except that its a bit quieter than the first way)
I hope i kinda helped
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
The headphone jack on all the apple products have issues (even their laptops). There is no easy fix, other than having the jack replaced, or remounted. A common issue is that it comes loose from the pc board, especially with the movement of the headphone cord. This is a design/functionality flaw.
Hope this helps some.
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Posted on Nov 09, 2007
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