Ive had my mp3 for about 6 months and for some reason my audio ame out of only one headphone unless i moved it into ia werid position and soon after i couldnt get any audio from it, i thought my headphone wires might be shot so i bought a new pair and tryed it and i have the same problem. i also tried my speaker which plugs into the headphone jack and i have th same problem any suggestions?
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that's quite anunusual issue, if you didn't install the audio driver, now's a good time, my Acer Aspire 5630 was on vista 32 bit, it's now on win 7 64 bit and I've had no trouble like this, so it's either the driver issue or a defect in the headphoone amplifier that may have occured for no reason due to age, or wear and tear on the jack port, check the drivers first and make sure that they're not the issue and then work some more on the hardware itself, hope this helps, if not, I'm looking into this issue with a client's laptop, so if you need any help, just ask :)
Your inner jack could be jacked jack LOL . No really sometimes the inner connection gets loose or the connection to the headphone jack port not making good contact might need replaced if you know that your head phones themself work fine!
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!
This is very common with Skull Candy headphones as the jacks are very poorly made. I went through 4 pairs of them within 4 months. Unless you want to buy a new pair every month, buy a reliable brand (Sony, Panasonic, etc.). You can however get them replaced with the same product by visiting: http://ca.skullcandy.com/warranty-information.html Hope this helps
If the audio jack [headphone] has two black bands then it is probably stereo. The first reason you tv phone jack is messed up is because you have an internal ground problem. You may have to resolder this...hope the board is not cracked. I would not advise you to jury rig an outside connection. To do so, you may short the audio chip and that is another problem...like no audio at all. Find someone who knows something about tv repair.
i am getting the exact same problem, the worst part about it is that ive had mine for just over 13 months and my warranty just ran out!!! plese tell me how long uve had urs for, i would be interested to know