Whether your unit has a jack for headphone or not I don't know. But if it has sockets for line out it can be of some help. Line out sockets provide the output from preamplifier section and in many conventional audio systems the same is the substitute for driving headphones. So you can try connecting your headphones to the line out sockets using an adaptor pin. NB-The preamplifier of all audio systems are not able to drive headphones. Only some can. But if you introduce a headphone amplifier between the line out sockets and your headphone it will SURELY work.
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Some Kindles have an earphone jack and some don't You can use earphones only if your Kindle has the earphone jack. It is the mini-jack like used in iPods and iPhones and many headphones (as opposed to ear buds) use a larger size jack.
Adapters are available. Try Radio Shack for adapters and lead cables. Keep in mind that most earphones require more power to operate than earbuds do and the Kindle may not be able to sufficiently power headphones to get any decent volume.
There are at least three different sizes of headphone jacks. You can purchase an inexpensive adapter at Radio Shack or just about any store that sells electronics. Also, you said "audio" jack. Be sure to plug into the HEADPHONES or PHONES jack if the set has one -- some do and some don't.
yes, buy a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable. It looks like a headphone jack on both ends. Plug one end into headphone jack of HDTV and plug the other end into the 3.5mm Audio In jack on the Bose Wave.
Boselink input is for other Bose components.
it maybe that the cut off switch in the headphone jack has stuck as you place in a jack to the headphone socket there is a small switch that mutes the normal speakers and this should switch back on as you remove the headphones, this may have stuck. you will have to open the back and check the back from inside. try to short the mute and see if that is the problem. maybe squirt a small amount of contact cleanrer spray in the jack hole and insert and remove the headphone jack a few times this may resolve.
what type of input does your radio have? if its a head phone jack input just get a headphone to headphone jack wire from radioshack and plug one end into you ipod and the other into the radio, set your radio to aux and your ipods volume to 70-80%. if its an rca input, it exactly the same but you will need an rca to headphone jack wire. if its usb, just use the cable that came with you ipod.
Cheap and dirty way to fix it is to buy a 'headphone splitter' and plug it into the radio; when you get it 'just right" superglue it and hold it in position. Then you can use the two other plugs for your headphones until those two wear out. Ugly, but efficient way to fix it without tearing apart the radio, which has surface mount parts and is very difficult to solder to.
Plug another headphone in walkman to check wither headphone jack in walkman is damaged or its headphone plug. If other headphone gives same problem then open walkman and re-solder headphone jack in circuit. Hope this will solve your problem.
Buy a $4.00 1/8" jack replacement from Radio Shack - part # 274-0869, which has small screw connectors that don't need soldering.
Strip about 1" of the braided insulation at the old jack end, which will expose 4 very small wires: Blue, Green, Red, Copper.
Attach the Green & Copper wires to the tallest pin on the replacement jack.
Attach the Red to the shortest pin, and the Blue to the medium pin.
Remember to slide the jack cover onto the headphone cord before attaching any wires!