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Headphone speakers stop functioning properly when the wireconnections to the speaker are broken. This problem often develops when theheadphone cord gets jerked while being worn. The solder connection might alsodetach over time if it was not properly manufactured. The wire can bereconnected to the speaker with a soldering iron to repair the headphone. Beaware, though, that headphones are not designed to be user maintained in thisfashion. In some cases, it is difficult to get to the speaker due to the casingdesign.
Instructions and tools needed
Screwdriver or butter knife (depending on headphone design),Soldering iron, Electrical solder
1 Plug in the solderingiron. It takes a few minutes for it to get warm enough to be used.
2 Unscrew the screws holdingthe headphone casing over the speakers. This step applies only to models thatuse screws in the casing.
3 Insert the end of the butterknife into the seam on the headphone ear pieces. Pry the two halves of thecasing apart. This step is performed only on headphone models that do not usescrews in the casing.
4 Touch the tip of thesoldering iron to the electrical solder. A small drop should melt onto the tipof the iron.
5 Touch the tip of the soldering iron to the end of thedetached speaker wire inside the headphone speaker cavity. Try to get an evencoating of solder around the exposed metal end of the wire. The soldersolidifies on the wire once the soldering iron is removed.
6 Touch the end of the wire tothe solder on the metal tab attached to the speaker.
7 Touch the tip of the solderingiron to where the wire and tab connect. The heat of the soldering iron meltsthe solder on the wire and tab together. This repairs the broken connectionbetween the wire and speaker.
8 Replace the speaker casingonto the headphone. It should snap back into place for models without screws
if both your output and input is working, then it MAY be your controller. Attempt to use a different controller. if this doesnt work, try to turn off the XBox, with the controller and TB HS unplugged. Plug in the controller without the TBHS, then plug in the headset. this gives the XBox step by step recognition, and attempt to send someone a voice message.
If this works, your controller is broken from the headphone jack. If it doesnt work, your Xbox might have a problem, id suggest contacting microsoft
pull the plgu of your headset partially from the jack play around it until the other headphone produces sound if this happens it mieans that the Audio port your using is either malfunctioning or you can try youy headset with an MP3 player or any audio device that uses a headset to find out if it is the headset that is damaged
The green light only comes on when it is receiving an audio signal.
Standard batteries will work.. if you NEVER use the charging station.. and plan on replacing them every x number of hours used.. IMPORTANT.. if you forget.. and place the headset on the charging station with standard batteries.. they will probably rupture.. and may well ruin the headset..
If you decide to replace the chargable batteries.. make sure you replace them with the right size and type..
what headset are u using? i presume its the 's9', most connection problems are solved by disconnecting the headphone and then reconnect it. or go to ur bluetooth devices on ur computer, and click on the device then properties, then services then, select all boxes. remember to apply the changes. good luck
Is this the first time you are pairing two Bletooth devices ? Is the security pin for your Samsung phone '0000' ? Usually, the code you have to enter on your phone to pair it with a Bluetooth headset or headphones is '0000' (the number 'zero' 4 times), unless Jensen's Bluetooth headphones use a different pin.