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Connection problem I have wiring connection problem into the headphone. I would like to open the headphone to repair it. However, I can not find a way to open it. there is no single screw

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I think the ears pop off and u should be able to unscrew them...

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follow this steps and fix it. God bless you
    • 1
Locate the faulty connection along your cord. Plug in your headphones and play sound through them as you jiggle the cord at various points to locate what part of the cord is cutting in and out.
    • 2
Cut the cord using wire cutters an inch or so past where the fault in the cord is. If this is at the connector, cut the entire connector piece off. If it is near the headphones, cut off enough to eliminate the faulty section and still allow the cord to be reconnected.

    • 3
Strip the end of the cut cord. There are three wires in the cord: the left channel, the right channel and the ground. The left and right normally are colored, and the ground is bare.
    • 4
To repair a poor connection where the cord meets the headphones, match the wires with the correct leads coming from the earpieces and twist them together. Wrap the wires with electrical tape.
    • 5
To repair a bad connection at the connector jack, acquire a new 1/8-inch connector and attach the cord's inner wires to the appropriate points on the connector. Connect the left channel wire to the tip, the right channel wire to the ring, and the ground wire to the sleeve. Solder all the wires in place.
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Connect the headphones to a sound source and test for proper function. Jiggle the cord at the new connection to make sure it is secure and does not cut in and out.

Oct 27, 2013 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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My ipod classic is only playing out of 1 headphone, it is the same with all headphones

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Your trusty iPod has been a close and reliable friend for a long time but one morning only the sound of air comes through the headphones. The likely culprit is a loose or broken headphone jack that is in need of repair. Rather than spend an exorbitant amount of money to have someone fix it you can easily make the repair on your own and have your iPod friend back. Read on to learn how to fix a broken headphone jack for a fifth generation 30GB or 60GB iPod video.

Open the iPod case with a small flathead screwdriver by slipping it under the centerline of the case. You will find a series of clips you have to release in order for the case to open up about an inch. Locate the headphone jack connection and verify that there are no broken wires. Fix broken wires quickly by twisting the wires back together and wrapping with electrical tape. Test the iPod for sound by connecting your headphones to the jack. Replace the wires completely if you find static coming from the iPod jack. Fold a business card twice so that it wants to unfold and slip it into the case over the blue sponge. This creates the pressure needed to hold the jack in place and allow a solid connection. Push the case together without engaging the clips on the side and test to make sure the jack is now working. Try a thicker business card or fold the first one again to get enough pressure onto the jack connection if the first card didn't fix the problem. Press the case fully together until the clips click into place. Use extra care when inserting your headset to ensure the jack remains in place.
DigiExpress - iPod Video / iPod Classic Headphone Jack installation

Feb 22, 2013 | Apple iPod classic MP3 Player

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The headphones have stopped working in the left ear. They are jvc ha-v570 headphones. Is there anything i can do?


This is usually caused by a short in a wire. If you are brave, you can open up the headphones and find the wire that has shorted out and repair it. Usually this happens at the point where the headphones pivot. This may require the use of a soldering gun, or at least some new wire and electrical tape. Nothing you can't find at radioshack. Let me know if you need help opening the casing up to find the bad connection!


May 03, 2011 | JVC HAV570 Consumer Headphones

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Right side of bose headphone is not working

I have fixed over 500 headphones. Its the plug that connects to audio devices.
Take a look at it
Look at the Standard stereo headphone. When you plug it and unplug it from your audio/music device,
the little 3 or 4 wires disconnect. The smaller the headphone, the more chance this will happen.
To revive your headphone, you have to cut it and re solder the wires to the plug.
follow this step because I don't know how to explain it to you and make you understand it.

Please rate if this helped you.

Apr 19, 2011 | Bose Audio Players & Recorders

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It wont play music unless the wire is in the right position

This is likely a wiring fault somewhere along the wire itself or at either the connection to the earbuds, or the connection in the plug. Unfortunately there is no way to tell which or its location unless you disassemble the headphones.

If you cant repair yourself, replace as professional repair will be costly and new pair will likely be cheaper (unless under warranty)

Mar 19, 2011 | Skull Candy S2INBT Headphones

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The connector piece ripped off

it may look crapy but take apart conector and replace the wires in it with longer wires and wire nut the to pieces together

May 10, 2010 | Bose TriPort Consumer Headphones

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Loose connection in Bose headphones

Cut the ******** and replace it with a new one. You will need to solder the wires on to the new one. Keep the old one, cut it open and it will tell you which wires go to which terminal.

Jan 06, 2010 | Bose QuietComfort 2 Consumer Headphones

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Loose/broken wire

the best way to check if the head speaker is ok, is by opening up the headphone bit and disconnect the wires and make a new connection with a naked end , and test it in a stereo, if that still works the you wont have to buy new headphones you can just disconnect all the wires and buy or make you own connection again. let me know if you help making a new connection. cheers

Dec 12, 2009 | AKG K-416 P Headphones

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Right speaker in headphone wire is broken or something, keeps going out when the headphone wire is moved. is there anyway to repair this?

The wire connection inside the cable is broken. You can disassemble it, cut the wire past the broken point (usually where it makes a sharp bend) and re-solder it. If the wire is too short, you need to get an new wire or get the wire from a donor headphone and replace it.

Aug 29, 2009 | Skull Candy G.I. Consumer Headphones

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Can the (cut) wiring be repaired on headphones?

Yes it can, strip the wire's off, re-connect them & tape well with electrical tape avoiding any shorts & you should be working again.

Jun 20, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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