Question about Philips SHE2650 Consumer Headphones

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The Case I can't open the case on these headphones Am I really weak or is there a trick I don't know about? It seems like it should just snap but it won't. HELP

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  • mts231f Jun 26, 2008

    What the heck is a "socket," in which the phones are supposed to stay? If I pull on the jack, the tangle gets worse, whether the phones are inside the top part (as packaged) or not, and the phones won't fit into the bottom part.

  • amfa Aug 17, 2008

    I can't open the case as well. Is there a way to go about this. I am late for my early morning run because of this.



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Please look at this website Then click on this link How do I use the supplied case?

This was how I got my phones out of the case

Posted on Aug 17, 2008


Keep the headphones inside the socket and pull the jack to unwind it.

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