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My sennheiser headpahone is not working

The wire of my sennheiser headphone is slightly removed from the stereo pin because of that it is not working..........plzz give me a solution.

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I had that problem before. I thought something was bent. Actually all you have to do is make sure the headphone are pushed all the way up on both sides.

Posted on Mar 29, 2008

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Sennheiser head-phone cable problem?


This should help, skip to the part where he starts soldering the parts
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Only the right ear is getting sound on my brand new HD 428s. I've tried other audio programs and other headphones, and all work fine.


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The two copper wires on your headphones are independent grounds for each channel. Twist them together and attach them to the ground cable ( black) of the new plug. The colored wires of the headphone correspond to the live wires of each channel, and the plug should have the same colors. Wiring together the grounds will not affect in any way the stereo separation, it is just that each ear needs its own ground. Cheaper headsets just transfer the ground from one ear to the other one through the metal headband.

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I am trying to replace the jack on my PX100's. I have a replacement jack and have worked out which colour wires to connect to the various pins. Problem is resin cored solder suitable for other electronic...


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My earphones' audio isn't right. I have to twist the wires to get it fixed. Sometimes, it only has sounds on the left or on the right or nothing. What should I do?


You have fault in the wires that has been twisted and open/ shorted within losing the connectivity. The best thing is to get this replaced if you can do the work by yourself, you will have to buy the shielded twin core wires, one headphone stereo jack, open the earpiees carefully- it is tricky,so do it gently, solder the wires in accordance with the lead and shield on either sides and then connect to the stereo headphones. Hope this wil work out for you. Good day

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Brand new Sennheiser RS140 headphones stopped working


Mine is a bit older (2yrs), but I have exactly the same problem. Absolutely no sound from the headphones (no beeps). I also tried new batteries, but still nothing.

If you have a solution, let me know!

Tanks

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The impedance or resistance of the two different sets of wires might be different. The higher the impedance the less signal. If your cable is long enough you are better off spending the five or so dollars for a new plug. Red is right, green or blue is left and copper is ground.( Usually) Unfortunately not all manufacturers agree. Also what could have happened is a short between the wires that you soldered.Make sure they are physically separated from each other and insulated.

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