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Headphones are starting to bust?

Ok, so I've had a pair of these for a little over a year, and safe to say, these are the best headphones I've had in a while. Recently however I can tell the sound quality isn't as great and on occasion I wont be able to hear the vocals to my music and will just hear the drums and base. Sometimes I'll hear the vocals but it'll have an odd echo, and sometimes, but rarely, it'll sound perfectly fine. What I'm betting is that these are starting to follow in the footsteps of previous headphones and blowing out.. All this has been happening in the past few days by the way.
Now for my question...Is there anyway to keep this from getting worse? or even better, is there anyway to fix them so I don't have to invest in another pair of headphones?

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Yes there should be a headphone conenctor.

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When that happens - try unplugging the tv for a few minuets & plug it back in.. Sometimes it will reset its self.. Or it could be a bad sercut or maybe a falty power suply.. Electronics is usually process of illimination - unfortunately..

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Chances are that it will be something basic

first off check via your control panel then system then hardware that there are no issues pending with any hardware (exclamation mark)

If so that needs to be addressed first and is usually a driver issue.
These are usually available on the panasonic web site under the support section (make sure you get the corrrect ones).

If there were no issues there then there is a good chance you have either a volume control icon or maybe even an icon from the sound card manufacturer either one should let you at the section I would like you to check next.

Right click on either the volume control or any other sound related icon.
either way you should get a volume control option.
Open it ans you should see a list of the sound devices available to you

Make sure that the first for and CD are set to at least half way and then click OPTIONS. your new sound card should be listed as the first device and any others BELOW it. If thats not the case you need to set it from here to be the first.

try a music CD

I will assume you already plugged in the speakers to the green hole on your sound card and that they are switched on with the volume control turned up a bit

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Check you USER MANUAL to make sure it is actually a headphone OUTPUT jack and not a digital INPUT jack.

If your tv does not have a headphone output jack you can always get an adapter that plugs into the red and white AUDIO OUT jacks in the back.

If you want to turn off your tv's speakers, go to the MENU.
Then go to AUDIO then select SPEAKERS OFF.

Good luck and please post back with how you make out.

Posted on Jan 24, 2011

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