Question about Plantronics .Audio 355 Multimedia Headset
Check for insulation on the wire you are soldering. It is usually a coating on the wire and may not be easily seen. If solder sticks easily and well to the wire, the coating is probably removed. If you can, check for continuity at the plug and across the earphone contacts. Often you will find around 20 ohms, sometimes but not often it is 8-16 ohms. It shouldn't be open or in the meg ohms. Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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