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Hi brentcopeman, U would say yes this is the case. Nearly all mobile phones have a 2.5mm headphone jack up to the newest smartphones and walkmans that have been in production on the last year or 2 some of which use the standard headphone jack size. I might add that if you have headphones that you like already to buy one of these: http://www.amazon.com/Headset-Adapter-3-5mm-2-5mm-Converter/dp/B000LMBJMA That way you can use the headphones you already have and insert them into the phone using the adapter and don't have the added cost of new headphones unnecessarily. Hope this helps you out.
What i would recommend you to do is to use a different headphone jack....I am a DJ also and certain headset doesnt work properly when you have it all way..try a different one and let me know the outcome..
There is a switch inside the player headset female jack that is
deactivated by headset the male jack when it is plugged in. The switch
deactivates the outside speakers. In your case, the switch is not
deactivated so you hear sound from both. Three things may cause the
problem that you need to check.
You are using a not compatible headset. Make sure headset used is compatible with the player.
The headset is not properly inserted. Insert the headset firmly and make sure it sits firmly in.
The switch inside the unit is defective. It may be
stuck or broken. Disassemble the unit to check the switch. Insert the
headset and make a visual check if it hits the said switch and
deactivates it. You may need the help of a person with know-how in
There could be something going on with the contacts in the headset jack. If you can get the back of the Ipod off and plug a headset into it, check the two metal pieces on the jack to make sure that the black lines on the plug are in contact with the end of the headset. They can be realigned by simply bending them back into place.
Well I had The Same Problem. I Thought it was the headphones and it wasnt. I ended up ripping the new headphones.
I Was really mad i Opened up the whole Player and Disconnected Everywhere and found that it was the earphone jack. the soldier it had was very cheap so it had no contact whatsoever. I connected it by bending the metal and closed the player back up and till today it now works.
I think it is your earphone jack. sansas have very cheap earpphone jack soldier or something.
I encourage you to open up the player and check the soldier. I you want contact me and ill post a video on how i did it. Hope this works.