Question about Philips AX5219 Personal CD Player
I was wearing my headphones with my cd player in a pouch on my belt at work when I caught the wire for the headphones on a metal cart. It pulled the earphone plug out of the socket for the pouch I was carrying the cd player in. I can't get any sound out of the headphones now, even though the plug did not break or bend, and I tested another set of earphones (different manufacturer) in the pouch's socket and I got sound, so the pouch is not the problem. Will I have to replace the earphones, or is there a clever fix?
you need to be sure about what kind of plug do you have...and try with a convert from RCA to your headphone's plug...
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
Maybe you can try adjusting the plug, or the wire within the left earphone is rusted, or change the sound effects on a computer.
Posted on May 03, 2010
SOURCE: how do I replace the
i got a problem too with my SBC HC 135. I never use it before, i found it in my brother's cabinet. I tried to connect the adapter (which is have 5(if im not mistaken) red lights) to the socket. and all the lamps are lit. then i tried to turn on the headphone, but the lamp is not lit. i got a little confuse about how to use this thing. What should i do?
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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