Just got these babies and used them for the first time. As it's winter, I am wearing a big coat, hat etc... I have my mp3 player in my coat pocket with the receiver attached. When I pull up my coat collar or push down my hat, the signal gets interrupted and all I hear is a "beeping".
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It works only via USB to PC because that is not only the way to transfer MP3 files from your PC to the player/headphones, but one way to charge the player's battery. You can also charge the player with the USB cable by plugging it in a USB wall charger. So let it fully charge in the PC or the wall charger and then take it with you while you walk, work out, etc. There is nothing wrong with your player (maybe the fact that there is no indicator when it is charging and when it is fully charged ??).
1. VISIT JVC WEBSITE CLICK ON SUPPORT AND G TO FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS OR TO GET THEIR CUSTOMER SERVICE NUMBER TO CALL TO REGISTER YOUR DEVICE IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO IF IT CAME WITH AN WARRANTY. TWO DAYS LATER CALL THEM BACK UP AND TELL THEM THAT YOUR DEVICE IS NOT WORKING PROPERLY THAT YOU DID NOT TRY IT A FEW DAYS AGO WHEN YOU HAD CALLED THEM THAT ALL YOU DID WHEN YOU GOT THE PRODUCT WAS REGISTERED IT. ALSO CONFIRM WITH THEM DURING THE MEANTIME IT TOOK A COUPLE TO A FEW DAYS TO ATTEMPT TO USE YOUR NEW DEVICE SINCE YOU HAVE BEEN CHARGING IT.
2. RETURN IT BACK TO ELECTRONICS IN THE STORE YOU HAD PURCHASED IT; SINCE THE ELECTRONIC CASHIER MAY HAVE THE ABILITY TO DISCUSS WITH YOU RATHER IF THERE IS AN DIFFERENT GENERATION THAT YOU NEED TO BUY SINCE MAYBE THE ONE YOU HAD BOUGHT WAS FOR TABLETS, KINDLES, AND OR NOOKS INSTEAD, OR EVEN MP3 PLAYERS ETC.
3. VISIT YOUTUBE AND IN THE UPPER CORNER OF THE PAGE CLICK ON VIDEO. THEN IN SEARCH BOX TYPE: ' WATCH HOW TO MAKE JVC UX0CVJ3 PLAY IPAD AND IPOD.
4. GO INTO YOUR DEVICE SETTINGS AND SEE IF WITHIN SETTINGS OR SECURITY IF THERE ARE ANY FEATURES THAT MAY ENABLE YOUR DEVICE TO PLAY DIFFERENT TYPES OR FORMATS OF FILES. EXAMPLE: SOME DEVICES HAVE SETTINGS FOR MP3 FILES WAV, MPG ETC. I WOULD MAKE SURE IT HAS MP3 CAPABILITIES SO THIS WAY YOU KNOW IT'S EQUIPPED TO PLAY YOUR IPOD, AND THAT FOR THE IPAD IT HAD ACROBAT AND PDF FILES ETC.
ON THE PACKAGE DOES THE PRODUCT LIST IPOD AND OR IPAD ON IT? I CAN'T RECALL THE MODEL OF THE JVC DEVICE THAT I ONCE HAD BOUGHTEN FOR MY MP3 AND IPOD TOUCH TO PLAY THEM; AND FOUND OUT LATER DOWN THE RD THAT I NEEDED A NEWER IPOD TOUCH GENERATION IN ORDER FOR THE JVC ITEM TO SUPPORT PLAY BACK CAPABILITIES, SO THATS WHY I HAD SUGGESTED TO CHECK THE PKG AND OR TO ASK THE STORES ELECTRONICS DEPT. IF YOU GOT THE CORRECT PLAYER FOR YOUR GENERATION OF IPOD AND IPAD.
BEST WISHES. PLEASE INFORM ME OF HOW YOU MAKE OUT. USUALLY WHEN I NEED TO LEARN SOMETHING QUICK I USE YOUTUBE SINCE THEIR INSTRUCTIONAL MOVIES ARE VERY EASY TO UNDERSTAND AND MAKES ELECTRONICS ALOT EASIER TO WORK ON/WITH.
All it will be is bad soldering to the headphone jack inside the player. If you have a soldering iron you could do it yourself. The problem will however be getting inside the player. If you can't do it yourself, it shouldn't cost too much to have it fixed.
Try connecting them to an MP3 player or connect wired headphones to the same source to make sure the sound source is working correctly. If that works, verify the voltage on the batteries is 2.4 volts after charging. Mine stopped charging fully and the headphones wouldn't work at all, but when I connected a couple of AAA batteries to it in series, it worked great.
Have you tried using your X1 with an iPod or MP3 player? Try that, and if you hear sound through both sides of the headset from the MP3 player, then the problem is in the "Stereo Splitter Cable", which can be replaced. But if you only hear sound out of the left ear from the MP3 player, then the headset is probably broken and you should contact Turtle Beach tech support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you "format" you usually erase everything and the file library and firmware that the player needs to have to know what to do with the files you're placing in your player. Otherwise it's like a body without a brain.