Question about Bose TriPort Consumer Headphones
The fibers on the wire on the left earphone have frayed from the base where they enter the earphone. left speaker isn't delivering music.
Time for some ingenuity.Disassemble the housing to get to the wire connections.The solder pads where the wires go are usually marked + or minus(-). The white/colored wire(signal) goes on the + side.This could be a red dot. The other wire (black) goes on the other pad(-). These wires are so fine they sometimes use nylon thread to give it a lil strength.Good Luck! dnbbgy
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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