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Bose TP-1A Headphone replacement parts

I have a pair of Bose Triport Headphones - Model TP-1A. The head support broke off of one of the headphones. Where can I find replacement parts?

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Broke headphoneTP1 need just the part that the head phones are held together with

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If you want to fix it yourself go to partsexpress.com and buy a new headphone plug. You can go to radio shack, but their headphone plug is very large but you won't need to solder anything. Cut the wires and strip off the plastic. You will see very small wires coated in red and blue if I remember correctly. You will need to separate all little wires so the colors are together. The color coatings need to be removed. Put them in the flame of a lighter for just a quick second. The coating will burn off. Scratch off the excess with your fingernail.

You will need to plug the new headphone plug into an ipod and touch the wires to the connectors to figure out which wires are for the left and the right speakers.

Solder the wires to the new headphone jack. You will find the partsexpress jacks are much better than the original.

If you use the radio shack plug you may want to put a little hot glue with a glue gun around the wires before you close it put or the wires will pull out easily. The parts express plug, link below, has a tight grip on the wires and there is no need for glue.

http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?Partnumber=092-333

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SOURCE: Wire is broken where it exits one headphone of my

How do you get the ear pads off to check the connection of the wire that exit the earphone. When I touch the wire I lose sound. And if that wire is bad, how do I order a new one. The model type is Bose triport OE. Thank you!

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I have a pair of tp-1a headphones. The headphone jack broke off. What do I do to replace it.


If you want to fix it yourself go to partsexpress.com and buy a new headphone plug. You can go to radio shack, but their headphone plug is very large but you won't need to solder anything. Cut the wires and strip off the plastic. You will see very small wires coated in red and blue if I remember correctly. You will need to separate all little wires so the colors are together. The color coatings need to be removed. Put them in the flame of a lighter for just a quick second. The coating will burn off. Scratch off the excess with your fingernail.

You will need to plug the new headphone plug into an ipod and touch the wires to the connectors to figure out which wires are for the left and the right speakers.

Solder the wires to the new headphone jack. You will find the partsexpress jacks are much better than the original.

If you use the radio shack plug you may want to put a little hot glue with a glue gun around the wires before you close it put or the wires will pull out easily. The parts express plug, link below, has a tight grip on the wires and there is no need for glue.

http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?Partnumber=092-333

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If you click my name it will take you to a tip of mine on headphones and replacing cables.

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I was wearing my TriPort bose headphones and I stood up and tripped over the cord. In the process I seemed to have yanked the cable pretty hard. As a result, no sound is coming out of the headphones at...


Hi,problem can be solved.What you would do it to open the headphone,and see if the wire or cable that is connected to the speaker might have pulled out. One's it is pulled off, You can use a soldiering iron and a lead to solder it back and one's you solder it,problem solved.

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if you are not handy, then no.
repair will require disassembly of the ear piece, splicing of the wire, and reassembly.

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Need to order new part that broke on my bose triport consumer headphones.


you can get the required from www.radioshack.com or also at www.bestbuy.com

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Im looking for a pair that have a broken cord for reuse in a new life. contact me if you are interested in selling them. n_raven99 (at) hotmail.com

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