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Headphones The volume control does not work for the headphones when I use them. I have an older bose cd/radio player with rca plugs in back. I have to adapt them to the newer smaller plug for the headphone (noise cancell #2). Also the sound will not stop on the main speakers when headphone plugged in. Thanks for solution. Will Doss will43@email.com

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    cant get sound to stop on reg speakers headphonse r not getting sound

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    Audio CD player will not work with Bose QC3. The plug appears to be the same size.

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