Step 3: The Transmitter

For the transmitter, we're gonna need the exacto knife or other cutting tool, screwdriver, wire cutters, and the soldering iron.

First thing,
Open the battery compartment, remove the two screws holding it in and pull it out carefully.

Next, remove all the battery terminals from the plastic, they should slide up out of the slots they're in. (Mine came out easy after applying some heat to them with the soldering iron).

Once you have that done, Unsolder the wire from the negative terminal and desolder the diode from the positive terminal.(Be sure to keep the diode attached to the positive wire.)

Replace the battery box and begin cutting out a slot for the usb.

You will have to cut part of the battery case and the outer case of the transmitter and it helps to have the battery box in while doing this. (Pictures)

This is a cool idea. One thing that many people don't know is that many transmitters for wireless headphones transmitt on FM frequencies. For instance mine transmits on FM 99.5. They don't transmit as far as an FM broadcasting station but you can pick them up with an FM radio if you are close enough.
It really works? Anyway I will try this. Thx man. <a href="http://www.howtocore.com/">howtocore</a>.
Thank you for the comments :D.<br><br>It only took me a year to get it up here... lol
wow nice one...
I had an idea like this a while ago. Good Job! :D

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