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Hi there! I'm using the Philips SHC8525 wireless headphone and can't them to work. They worked fine 48 hours ago when I was using them at home in Switzerland. I am now in NYC on vacation and they no longer work. I always connect them only to my PC. Power works, power supply is connected everything seems to work fine but there is just no sound. The PC sound card is fine because I hear the sound when I unplug the headphone from the PC line out. Any ideas what's causing this? Best, Harsh

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Check if the power signal in the base turns on. If not two things can be appening. The base or it's transformer is damaged, or the output jack of you soundboard is dead. Check the sound form the soundboard with some regular headphones to find the source of the problem.
Make sure that the base and the wireless phones are on the same channel and you batteries are fully charged.

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See my tip on replacing dodgy cables plugs on headphones. Just click my name. I doubt you will be able to save the volume control, unless it has screws to open it.

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So long as there's a regular 3.5mm headphone jack on the Samsung home theatre system, then yes they should work. If not, I would try hooking them up to your HDTV directly.

Posted on Mar 02, 2011

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