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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My mic is broken
What i've done in similar situations is basically trail and error. You've got two spots for one wire, try them both out.
Some companies will use a generic piece for all their similar products. Maybe one of Altec's other headsets uses that 5th spot for something. Just try them both out and see what happens. Just dont solder them right away, stick them on with some electrical tape or something to save yourself some time. Then when you're sure you can solder away.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
SOURCE: My logitech skype headsets don't
i would check your sond devices. go to the speaker icon at the bottom on the right side of the windows toolbar and right click. open playback devices and adjust the volume from there.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
The wire leading into the headset is likely broken. Usually this occurs at the entrance point of the jack or at the point where the wire enters the speaker, if they are worh repairing, open the speaker and check the condition of the wire. this can be as easy as pulling gently on the wire either side of the suspected break. if the wire is firm then it is likely alright, if the wire stretches, the wire is broken inside and only the insolation is keeping it togehter.
if this doesn't work then you will need an ohm meter and ohm out the cable, remember to flex the cable at the suspected area with the meter on, if the meter drops off you found your break.
solder up the break or if in the case of the jack solder on a new jack.
Hope this is of some help.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
I have a 3GS w/ the Plantronics Voyager 520 and the quality is horrible. Same as you're reporting: breaking up, **** quality etc... UGH
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
A common fault with all corded/cable microphones is that one of the wires inside the cable breaks.
- I am assuming you are talking about a cabled mic?
It's possible to repair the cable if you have a soldering iron. This is the cheapest way to fix your problem.
If you don't have one, suggest you buy a new cable from your local Shure stockist.
The other major fault that occurs with mic's is that they are dropped - and that will show the same symptoms as you have descibed above if it has been dropped a few times - especially onto hard surfaces or floors!
The cable will only cost a few £'s or $'s, should be less than 10.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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