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That radio does not have stereo. The heaphones are for stereo. If you look at the plug you will see three distinct areas of connetion for the sound. The tip, the midlle and the shell, The jack on the radio only has two inside it.
When you pull the wire up does it increase the right ear bud volume/ sound? If it does, then it means the right side ear bud has a short within the head phones circuit which is aka the wire that leads to the musical device in which the ear buds branch off from.
If the right side ear bud does not produce an increased volume for sound by picking the wire up or pulling it in towards you or to the left side of your body or musical device then it means that the right speaker is blown.
I know that all head phones come spiced together aka they are stuck together and have to be pulled apart in order to get both head phones seperated from each other so that they can be worn in the ears. If you pulled the wire apart to much or too quickly then that is what ruined the right head phone.
I suggest that regardless if the ear phones begin to work by pulling the wire up,side ways, or into towards your body that you return them back to the store since after awhile the problem will eventually continue to happen causing the right ear bud to completely blow. Once you return the ear phones be cautious with the new set when you seperate the ear buds from each other since they are very touchy and have to be handled with delicateness when seperation is taking place.
Please let me know how it works out for you. I have had many ear buds and I tell ya something; they are very easy to blow one side when seperating. I had to learn after a few pairs that I was ruining the speakers by the way I was seperating my wires. I kept thinking for the first 3 pairs that the store was selling blown ear buds until I began having same problems with another few stores so I said to myself "well the solution is to figure out what I am doing wrong in order to blow one side of my ear buds every time". After few seconds it was not that obvious that all I had to do for assembly was to pull the wires apart in order to get both ear buds to go into my ears.
It sounds like the wires around the jack have become frayed on the inside. If you were to open up the rubber casing around the wires, it would look exactly like that. This is normally caused by improperly wrapping the wires and by not being gentle when plugging them in and removing them. It could be caused by other things, such as electrical damage, but that is much more rare. If you have soldering experience and feel comfortable opening up the rubber casing and working on them, it's not too difficult. You would need to remove the bad portion of the wire and replace it. However, it is just as easy and cost-efficient to have them fixed at an audio repair shop. It should cost no more than $20. Hope this helps!
That particular set of headphones are definitely a stereo set. This means the problem is with 3rd party hardware. If your using a jack adaptor it will need to support stereo. If you are using the headphones with your computer you need to make sure that the sound card and software all support and have stereo enabled. Manufacturer will not make a mistake like wiring in-correctly ;)
It's supposed to be that way. The S9 has been designed to comply with US law that you can only receive telephone calls through one ear while driving - it's a "safety" feature to allow you to hear the road and your surroundings when driving
Have you tried them in another audio source. Head phone wires like to break at the strain relief of the main plug. Try moving the cord on the plug side of the phones. If it cuts in and out its time for a new set. Head phone wires are difficult to repair and it may be more trouble then its worth.
Your phone and headset Blue-tooth profile may not be compatible, there are different types of Blue-tooth profile and the moto s9 supports A2DP, i do not know what profile your phone supports you would have to look in the manufacturing specification.
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distubution Profile) Allows you to be able to listen to near CD quality audio wirlessley it also allows a platform for basic function to be used such as play\puase, volume control ect
Blue-tooth profile basically make sure that two devices are talking in the same language and therefore understand the commands they are giving each other, saying that some different profile may work together but as a rule of thumb try to match the profiles
there is a broken solder joint where it is on the pc board.it is not the earbud itself,because when you pull it out,both sides work.the jack has 3 sections,the tip which is one side,the next piece,which is the other side,and the shank piece which is the ground.the ground connects to the outside ring of the headphone jack.there are 2 contact points inside for the two channels.what happens is the copper foil of the pc board fractures where the pins are soldered.scrape away some of the foil so that copper is exposed for the pins,and resolder it and it will work if you wiggle the jack,you will see the whole piece of circuit board move where it is cracked.after fixing it,put epoxy over the area to make it stronger.