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I recently bought a pair of Headphones in the UK, DJed one gig, went to use them on the plane home and and with the use of an adaptor wouldnt work I checked the jack and it snapped off, Do I need to get this replaced as a geniune technics jack or can I solder on a new jack, as not to lose qualitly. Can I buy a gold plated jack to do the job?

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You can use any jack as a replacement. You won't affect the quality, unless you wire it incorrectly, or you buy a very cheap jack. Gold plated won't do much difference in regards to quality. It will not be noticeable, but will look pretty!

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