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When i connect iphone to headphones or hi-fi the sound only comes out of the iphone. Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Are you able to get the headphone connector all the way in or is the iphone headphone jack recessed too far for it? This is one problem that the iphone has had and if you can't connect the headphones well then they won't work and so the sound will only come out of the iphone speakers.

http://theappleblog.com/2007/08/30/iphone-headphone-adapter-roundup/

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You don't hear anything on the stereos but the iphone keeps playing the sound on the speaker? is it pluged in right?

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

  • Ekse Jun 05, 2008

    if im not mistaken the iphone shouln't make any sounds while you have a headset connected to it correctly.

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