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Sony MDR-V150 Headphones

The right earpiece of my son's Sony V150 stereo headphones no longer works when used on the computer but continues to work just fine when plugged in to his Sony CD Player. I would appreciate any information as to what we can do to go back from mono to stereo on the computer. Thanks.

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Re: Sony MDR-V150 Headphones

Hi Mrguitar
Happy holidays
Depending on the conector size and for the computer, I suggest go to Radio Shack and buy a extention jack to the headphone for your particular sound card, and headphone. this should work. sometimes the new conectors don't fit well on the sound cards. so change for an extention I send you a link of example

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