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Here are a few things you can try to see if they will improve the quality of the sound:
should always make sure that your mobile phone is located on the left
side of your body and that there are no obstructions between it and your
Also make sure that your headphones are within 33 feet (10 meters) of
your mobile phone. Going outside of this range can impact audio quality.
You can also try resetting the headsets and see if that will help. While
plugging in the AC charger, hold the power/pair button.The headphones
will show a solid red or blue light when they have been successfully
Below is a link to the Backbeat 903-906 User's Guide, which may give you some more suggestions.
Did they ever work or are you trying them on a new computer? They don't need switching on you just plug the plug into the audio out of your sound card or motherboard, make sure the mute button isn't selected on the inline remote.
Play an mp3 on your computer, make sure the volume on your computer is turned up, plug in another known working set of headphones or active speakers make sure you can hear the music, then plug out those speakers and then plug in the headphones. Do they work when you try that?
There is no need to dodownload something. assuming that you have already installed correctly the audio card drivers. If you are able to hear sounds from the speakers, the audio card is installed correctly. So plug the green male jack to the green female jack and the red male one at the red female jack (if your headset has no mic, is only headphones, there isn't any red jack). From now on you must be able to hear sounds from the headphones and talk to the mic for someone to listen.
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You will need to change your default audio output device to be the USB headset. You can do this under Sounds and Audio Devices in the control panel. Change it from your regular sound card to the USB headphones. They should be on a drop down list.
I'm having the same problem with the RS140. Only a few weeks old, and no sound at all coming out (not even the beeps). Have replaced batteries and tried a different audio source. Base station lights are on and indicating it is receiving an audio signal, but nothing is going go the headphones.
u have to split the signal by having both the tv and the headphones getting the input,as you're probably only have the audio cables going to the headphones.You need an audio splitting cable (it has 4 malle connections) so you can put 2 in the tv and 2 in the headphone base.
It's less common for one of the speakers to go bad in a set of headphones. It's possible - but there are more common problems that will cause this. I assume you have tried the headphones on another device to rule our a problem with the device you are currently listening with and using the other device, you still only hear audio from the left speaker.
The wires in the cord that connect the plug to the headphones are very thin and are susceptible to breaking. The most commmon place for these wires to break is at the point where the cord is flexed or stressed the most. Those points are:
1. Right at the plug
2. Where the wire enters into the left and right speaker.
There are occasions where I have seen the wires become unsoldered from the speaker terminals within the headphones themself.
What You Can Do:
1. While listening with the headphones, try flexing the cord back & forth at the plug and where the wire goes into the right speaker. See if the audio will come back and cut out again.
2. What I have done is cut the cord about 3" back from the plug. Go to Radio Shack and purchase a new plug and install a new plug on the cord.
3. You can also take the headphones apart and cut a few inches off the cord where it connects to the right speaker and reconnect the new end of the wire to the right speaker. The goal is to cut away the bad part of the cord and re-attach the good part back.
4. You can try to replace the entire cord but I haven't been able to find replacement (THIN) cords too easily.