Question about Audio Players & Recorders
What sort of receiver is it? I have seen many headphone sockets fail from having a mud wasp nesting inside the socket. It is perfect for them, and hard to detect sometimes, just a socket full of dirt. and a crappy feel to the plug socket combo. Sometimes the sockets also get damaged from plugs being wrenched out by forgetful teenagers, or a gumby walkby picking up the cord doing same. Anyways, if you are getting audio out of the amp, and the H/P are ok, it can only really be a faulty socket. It will need to be replaced. SOMETIMES headphones ahve inline resistors fitted also. They may have been burned out. ChecGood luck
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
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