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Bad connection About the second time I plugged my headphones into my IPod the sound was gone in the right ear. After jiggling the connection a bit, the sound came back but I must get the headphones plugged in about halfway to get any sound. If I make a move, I lose sound. I tried the old cheap ear-buds in my IPod and suddenly I had the same problem with them. Okay, so I thought it was coincidental that this suddenly happened with my new headphones and it was really an IPod problem. However, I recently took a plane trip and plugged the Bose headphones in to the in-flight movie and had the same problem. Can someone tell me what is going on?

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  • justjeremiah Sep 09, 2008

    same thing happened here...my left earphone only works when jiggled. this is quite aggravating considering how much i paid for them.



    how can i fix this problem???

  • Anonymous Sep 25, 2008

    My right speaker went out in my On-Ear Triports, and it comes back every once in a while for a few seconds if I move it. I've tried unscrewing it and checking the solders on the circuitboard but jiggling those didnt seem to work.



    what else is there?

  • KapitaenM Nov 12, 2008

    Over time, it seems like my connection has been pulled or pinched, or both.

    As of now, I cannot hear anything if the wire in question is hanging off the headphones conventionally. I must take the bulk of the first male-to-female 3.5mm adapter (used to allow interchangeable wire sections, also male-to-female in nature) and rotate it until I find signal.


  • marzbot Dec 01, 2008

    same symptoms no matter what the audio source. theres a fitting that fits into the headphones and keeps the wire from hitting the plastic. you can pull that out with a little force and seems to help somewhat.
    Forget trying to get to the problem area. you'd have to break the plastic casing to get to it.



  • Anonymous Jan 24, 2009

    My wife used her on-ear triports for over 2 years now, her right ear stops working all of a sudden.. bur i also noticed she uplugs - plugs back in about 5 times a day or more..

    over two years i am thinking the port is worn out on her alienware laptop, as well as the plug that came with the headphones...

    when i plug these into my logitech THX speakers on my desktop.. I have no problems at all.

    So mabe the headphones are more sensitive to lose connections? I naver had these problem with my over the ear bose headphones, i just had trouble keeping them from breaking.



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It sounds like you have two problems. One is your ipod earphone plug ( phono plug ) needs replacing, and # two is your headphone plug needs replacing.

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