Just bought them new and I've plugged them in properly but they won't work. Its a Sharp Flatscreen. I've called sharp and they say everything should work. There are channels on the base and I've tried them all. Could something be wrong with the unit or ... help....
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Make your phone (I'm assuming) forget the S-9 and search for Bluetooth devices again. It will find it again, but it won't be paired. Press whatever button on your phone that makes it connect and it should work. I've been searching for answers and racking my brain. Finally, I just tried this and it worked! What a relief...
The cable that is used in the headphones is actually very low quality and very weak so easily broken, You may be able to remove the wiring from another pair of headphones and use it. Unfortunately Skullcandy are not a high end brand so no spare parts are really available as they are made in china as you can see on the following link. Link:
The wire in the plug or near it has broken. You can fix it if you know how to use a soldering iron. You will need to purchase a jack plug from your electronic shop. Determine where the break is and cut the cable below it. You will need to strip the end of the cable to get to the wires. There will be at least two coloured wires and two earths. Next with a sharp knife open the plastic barrell of the old plug. This should tell you where the wires connect on your new one. If in doubt remember that the earths will go together on the long metal piece of a 3.5mm plug. The two coloured wires (left & right) will go on the smaller lugs. If you get them wrong reverse them, but it will not hurt anything if you do. If the sound is spaced out after you have done connecting. Then a earth wire(s) is off. Make certain the wires only connect with the lugs they are supposed to and the solder doesn't short anything.
The best advice I can give for you is to just call up Skull Candy or even better yet, just fill out the warranty information on their website if there is a defect with the headphones. When I called they were real easy to talk to and helped with me with what I needed in order to get a new pair of Double Agents. If they are less than 90 days old you can still get a new pair if you have a receipt when you send them in. If not they will still give you a 50% coupon off any of their product. Hopefully you registered your headphones when you bought them. They basically come with lifetime warranty, and Skull Candy is willing to work with you all the way through. Hope this helps.
Your headphone mic is all right. The problem is with the sound driver you are using. Many a time the headphone jack are not properly connected so it may be another issue for not working of your headphone. Your operating system is all right check out the sound driver setting from the control panel. Good Luck