Question about Audio Players & Recorders
This is not so good and please redduce the power output. It is possible that with a higherr output the audio output IC is triggering off the vibration as there is no load present.
When the headphone is partly inserted the circuit is shorted and goes back to complete in the IC which is oscillating on its own with the complimentary circuit around it.
So poweerr down when you insert the headphones . The headphone jack/socket can be defective , so make sure you test your headphone to cconfirm if it works fine.
Also check if the socket in then Nano is shorting.If so try carefully with a needle to remove the short after switching off the nano.-- look into socket holes for any metal stuck inside.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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