Hello everyone, sorry for the trivial question.. Is possible to cut the wire and manually connect a 6.3 with a 3.5?
Question by alewin 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Somewhere I saw something about how to make an origami jack in the box and I was wondering if anyone on here knew how to make one that could sort of explain how to make one to me. I looked it up on google but only found a diagram that, for me, was very hard to follow. Can help me with this? Thanks!
Topic by Sunbanks 11 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Greetings: This is my first contest entry using Instructables. I made the video, followed all of the instructions, received a confirmation email from Instructables...but my video didn't make it to the contest entry. I've received nothing from Jack Daniels. If I did something wrong I would of corrected it. The entry period has closed so I'm out of luck I'm sure. Does anyone have a email address for answers from this contest? Many thanks. JMarling1@hotmail.com
Topic by jmarling 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hello, can anyone tell me for purpose this port is used ? the image is given below . A 3.5mm male jack is going in to it easily .
Question by ubdussamad 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I was looking at the idea of gears and router table lifts. i thought for 20 bucks and some metal it could be done to lower and raise the height of the router tool attached to a car scissors jack. can this be done with accuracy? Has any one tried it?
Question by Speded 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hi there, I'd like to change jack of some headphones I have. Original jack has 3 pins (left, right, power) and a switch on/off for power, now I want to use a standard 35 mm jack... How? I have 5 cables: blue, red, green, gray, brown... I'm sure blue and red go to same pin but no idea which of others go together... Any suggestion please? Thank you
Question by DiegoC199 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Actually I'm a complete newbie and I'm afraid that I would ruin my speakers if I do it without instructions. Can somebody please give me step by step instructions on how to replace this jack with the universal 3.5 mm jack. :)
Question by Salmanarshad 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Well, I have obtained a small speaker from a computer that I have scraped. It seems to only have a positive and negative wire, my only problem is, is that I do not know how to attach the jack to it (I'm very new to this). I've obtained some cord from an old pare of headphones witch also has a volume control wheel. The wires inside the cord are Copper, Green, and Red. Would very much appreciate the assistance.
Question by MyGhost 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Question by bswift 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I'm looking for the tiniest power jack socket possible for charging an internal battery. I'm considering micro USB, but it's difficult to solder (and it would be nice if the plug didn't have an up and down direction). Can anybody suggest alternatives? Thanks.
Topic by aliasjanedoe 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I have a pair of airline headphones that have a standard 3.5mm jack for the audio but require power to an additional 2.5mm jack in order to work. I'm looking to use them with a desktop PC so thought about getting the power supply from the USB but am a little confused about how I can get it there, I've had a look around on ebay to see if there was someone that was selling a 2.5mm female to USB jack but havent managed to find what I need. Do these things even exist? Or would I need to get myself a 2.5mm female connection and wire it up to a USB lead myself?
Question by ChrisT303 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Hello, I am trying to create a universal remote with my android. I have been trying to light a remote led using my android headphone jack, but I have had no success. I am running ARA Smart Rem on my android to produce the signal. I pressed the button on the remote and I can see the light on my webcam, but I can not see the light when I power it with the headphone jack. I connect a stripped headphone plug with a pair of with alligator clips to the led. The media volume is all the way up. How do I get the light to light up?
Question by jbaker22 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Hello, I am trying to connect a 3.5mm jack to a speaker I salvaged from an old radio. The speaker has 2 wires: A + wire (marked yellow) A - wire (marked black) The problem is, the 3.5mm jack has 4 different wires: on one side, there is a copper one and a red one on the other, there is a copper one and a blue one. I got the speaker to work for a few seconds while plugged into my phone, but I cannot remember how it went.
Topic by dillon6667 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I have seen one before and would like to have my own super strong airbag jack. I do not need airtank or air compressors to be considered. I have air addressed. Just need an easy solution to the problem. Here is one in Australia, I think http://s106.photobucket.com/user/kellypf/media/AirbagJack.jpg.html
Topic by Tolting 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
This is our front porch decoration for tonight. I wanted something a little more robotic for Halloween this year and this is what we're going to have. We just need to secure the bowl a bit more because it holds our leftovers pretty often. I just finished it up and don't have any lit up shots. I'll try and get some done tonight. Update: OK, got some night shots.
Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Hi, I am sorry if this question is repetitive, and I figure who ever is approving videos for The Jack Daniels Contest is overloaded today, but I am just worried that my video submission is somehow void for some reason. Matter uploading my submission on Friday, I received the email stating: "If after two business days or so your project has still not been accepted, then it did not meet all of the requirements for participation in the contest. You will then need to make the appropriate changes to your project." So I will not receive an email stating if I have done anything wrong, which I have not, because the email also says: "Requirements: - Video of one minute or less explaining what you would do with $25,000 prize - Date of birth in the text part of the entry - Entrant is 21 years or older at time of entry" And I meet all of the requirements: https://m.instructables.com/id/Independent-film-distribution-model/ Should I be worried? I do to miss out on this opportunity due to a technicality. Thanks!
Topic by DELETED_johnbaunsgard 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hi. I purchased some decent headphones a little while ago and my little brother was playing with the cats with the jack. One of them stuck their claw through it and it needs replacing. They were pretty expensive headphones, so I want to repair these. Will any old solder do? I like my sound quality. I've only got Lead-free crap ATM. Cheers, Josho.
Topic by Josho 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I've looked at a few data sheets for different stereo jack connectors, but none of them appear to identify what these five pins would do in a common application. I'm building an audio amplifier, and this is the connector (de-soldered off another circuit board), and I have no part number. Please see the attached picture. Thanks for any help you can offer.
Question by giantjamsandwich 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I have a stereo bluetooth headset which has a right channel earbud connected to the mic part and a detachable left channel earbud. I opened it up and found a green and copper colored coated wire going to the right earbud then another set of green and coppor coloerd wires going to the plug in for the left earbud. Using a left/right audio testing program on my phone I tried wiring the wires up to a set of headphones to test which wire is which. When I wire up the green right wire to the right channel and the copper colored wire to the ground I get sound through just the right channel as I would expect. When I add the green wire from the left channel to te left connection on the headphones both channels play through both sides of my headphones. When I did those tests I was assuming the copper colored wire was a ground. I then reversed the colors assuming the green wire was the ground and repeated the same test with the same results. No matter what combination I connect the wires in I cannot isolate the left channel to the left side and the right channel to the right side. Anyone have any ideas?
Topic by xxxjdoggxxx 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
I am, by dint of geography, unable to enter the Jack Daniel's Contest. I do, though, have a rather good idea, which I think would have a decent chance of winning, if presented properly. Here's the deal - you can have the idea, for free. But, if you win the $25,000 grand prize, you must make a serious attempt to get the barrel to me in the UK. If you "only" win first or second, then all I want from you is a polite "thank you". There's a catch, though - I will not give this idea to any one person. I will give it to everybody who asks for it by PM. Nobody will know how many people have been given my idea, and it is down to everybody who asks to present the idea in their own video, in their own style. You can comment if you want, maybe add your own ideas if you are also from an ineligible location, but I will only give the idea by return of PM.
Topic by Kiteman 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I am trying to attach a apple headphone jack to 2 speakers. Which wires do I have to put where because on the right side there are 3 wires which are the red, copper, and the red and green wire twisted together and on the left side there is the green and the copper and is there anyway that you can control the volume on your ipod from the remote that's on the headphones??
Topic by moojomoore 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Can I have a silly technical question for which I would have known the answer if I only paid more attention at school? how is possible that stereo headphones, ie 2 speaker circuits use only 3 cables? I understand the "ground" is the one that both speakers,ie left and right have in common but how come it doesnt bother the signals which go to the speakers? doesnt the left signal get mixed up with the right signal? and why is it called "ground" when it's not actually connected to the ground, like for example lightning conductor is? I've read through the wikipedia article about TRS several times but still can't understand it. thanks for answer, I promis I won't forget it this time :)
Topic by tap 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I need to know if it is possible to connect normal speaker wire to the wire from headphones so that the normal speaker wire has the jack on the end, i have searched for hours on the internet but can't find anything :( if anyone is able to help i would really appreciate it :) thankyou
Question by jasonroughton 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I'm planning on hooking up a small speaker out of a cheap toy to a 3.5 mm Mono jack that will go into my mp3 player but I don't know if it matters which wires go where. Do speakers have a Positive + and Negative - like LEDs? If they do, how would I find it out? Thanks
Power jack on Dell Inspiron laptop is broken. Rather than fix it, can't I splice something onto my power cord that will plug directly in through the battery panel's access? Sure, you'd have to stay plugged in without battery, but it's a temporary fix that doesn't involve taking the thing apart...
Apologies if this has been asked before, but I've looked around and haven't been able to find anything dealing with the IP rights associated with the JD Independence Project contest winners. Typically Instructables contests don't run into this issue as they are dealing with already-created content and as such the IP is either available already or made available by nature of the public release of information (rendering the content ineligible for patent, at least under US IP law). With this particular contest, however, the prize is meant to preemptively fund a project, business, etc - so there's definitely the possibility of IP creation. How would Instructables/JD deal with this and what assurances do entrants have that IP generated as a result of the contest remains their own?
Topic by spinnakr 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I live in australia and i was wondering if its for u.s.a. only,thanks
Question by zombiefire 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I have a floor jack the max height is 13" and the second car is an SUV requiring at least 22". what can I make a universal Saddle Extension out of. p.s. no torch or metal working tools yet but I'll buy one if needed. Thanks
Question by lightspeed66 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Greetings: Got our family excited about the Jack Daniel's Independence Project. Very concern that our video is not displayed, We followed the directions as described. Now it seems the rules have changed as voting is going on, yet our entry is not posted. Does anyone have any info on this? Thank you, Maria Marling
Topic by jmarling 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I was excited to pull together a video for the Jack Daniel's challenge, but then I noticed the small text at the end of the contest description: "...Void in CA and where prohibited." Why the heck are residents of California exempt from participating in this contest?
Topic by ridiculously.awesome 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago