Asked by bentman28 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I have a nokia n95 and the headphones with the remote control.the problem is when i plug the earphones through the remote conrol only one side(left) works the other one works to when i dont plug the earphone all the way.the earphone works fine without the remote control so am thinking the problem is with the socket on the remote control.how do i fix that?Please help.
Hello! I'm having trouble rewiring my Ipod earphones. Currently I have two sets of nonworking earphones. One is an Ipod 3rd generation earphones. Pretty standard, ones you can find anywhere. The earbuds are completely busted on this one, and thus it does not work. The second one is Iphone earphones, and thus has a little mic component along the right earphone cord. This one, the bottom jack is completely busted. What I want to do this cut and combine the bottom 1 inch (including the jack) of my ipod earphone with my Iphone earphones. I understand this will render the mic capability useless. The ipod earphones have 4 wires inside, yellow, red, green, and red/green. The iphone ones have 6 wires. green, blue, yellow, red, red/yellow, and another yellow. How do I match these up to work? Thank you so much in advance!
Posted by lazda 10 years ago
I had bought a pair of earphone called the Blitz from Claires. Well one day i got up from my computer and the wire ripped in half. i tried winding the wires together but that didn't help. What am i to do. I know i can get them fixed but i want to know how i can. These earphones i have are extremely fashionable and i can't throw them out. If you are good with this, please help.
Asked by tabbymarii 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Ok so im not the only one that has tons of pairs of broken earphones. we go through them like crazy. and i dont have the heart to throw away these nice pair of skullcandy smokin buds... so i was thinking of trying to come up with something to do with broken earphones. so what do you guys think? i was thinking about some sort of necklace/bracelet or some other accessory, i had an idea of somehow wiring them up through my hoodie in replace of the drawstring... but im not sure on how to do it. any more ideas? i know someone could come up with something
Posted by darkinertia 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Hi Everyone i was wondering if anyone has any ideas what i could do with multiple pairs of broken earphones and ear buds. most no longer work in one ear,etc, is there a practical and safe use for them? thank you!
Asked by AussieAnglerGal 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
My headphones have recently stopped working properly. Everything seems to be in order but there is very little voice and it sounds very wobbly. The wires are all fine inside the headphones. Is this a problem with the speakers. Is there a fix or am i buying a new set soon?
Asked by tomwhines 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Hi, Is it possible to power a led with passive earphones? I took apart some earphones and connected the 2 wires in the right earphones and it didn't power the led. Am i doing it wrong? thanks
Asked by rayjai 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I need advice on painting my earphones a safe way so that the paint doesn't fall off , a non-hazardous method for the user i have seen tutorial that they use nail polish, sharpie markers or acrylic paint but i have never used any of these mediums before so i'd also like to know if these mediums keep the smooth texture of the plastic and are there any other type of mediums that i can use which are more effective and how do i go about doing it? Sorry this is my first time doing this.
Asked by MarcianoNg 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Hey, what's up everyone, I'm new. Hopefully I'm not breaking any rules. So I'm sure you've gotten tons of these already, but, I have a pair of broken earphones. Two pairs actually. On both, the right side is broken (as in, no sound). I took them apart and found that on one of them the coating of the wire seems to have melted or something (there was sticky black stuff all over the inside), and on the other the diaphragm thingy is detached. So at first I thought there were frayed wires somewhere, but the electromagnets on both still work (I tested them with a piece of metal, the attraction was still really strong), so I figured that there must be something wrong with the diaphragm (what are those things called? the plastic cone thingies?). My question is: Is there a way to test the diaphragm thing, and if that's the problem, is it fixable? Thanks very much in advance.
Posted by ThatSnail 8 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Hi, I need a simple way to pass sound from Condenser microphone though wire and some circuit to one or pair of earphone to be heard, live, just a simple communication tool, is there an instructable for this or please give me exact steps . Thanks .
Asked by achraf52 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I was trying to repair my earphones but i couldnt beacause when ii tried to stick it with another jack from an old one i found out that it doesnt have any colors on it and the old jack have the regular colors
Asked by medos7 1 year ago | last reply 1 year ago
I have just bought some new earphones, they say the frequency range is 20 - 20kHz (fairly standard). I want to be able to test them so that I can ACTUALLY hear what 20 / 20kHz sounds like. While I'm there I'd like to test my (beloved) Sony sound system. Could I hook it up to a PC sound card and run some software or would the card drop the quality? *it is an el cheapo one. I've already played loads o' Pink Floyd before anyone asks....
Asked by DELETED_zoltzerino 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I would like to make an Ipod extension cable (approx 3') Can I use CAT5 cable for this. If not what type of wire is used. This extension will have a male conector on one end and a female on the other. I see from other post that earphone repair can be troublesome. Any sugestions.
Asked by gproject 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
My cassette player do not have a line out output.
Asked by sunwah 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I recently purchased a used 30gb ipod video from my friend (who just got a 32gb ipod touch) and am a bit lacking on ipod knowledge so i have a few questions. Few problems (earphone jack is starting to go out, battery is wearing out...) so questions... 1. How do you open the Ipod video? 2. Where is a good place to buy a new battery? 3. where is a good place to buy a replacement earphone jack? 4. and where is a good place to download FREE games and extras?
Posted by wingman246 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
How can I open the earphones of the Sony NWZ S639F mp3 player to replace its cable? Is there a non-destructive way? Answered
These are normal headphones (not those with active noise reduction). I think they are used in many Sony walkmen. The cable is just too tiny -- I want to replace it with a stronger one.
Asked by J. Raff 9 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I've seen a lot of headphones where the band is at the back of the head, but they're all pretty ugly. I really wanted to make a pair of my own that looks good without breaking bank. I can't figure out what materials I should use, or how to get them to stay up. They can be props or a working pair (I have several headphones that are just for looks)! Thanks so much in advance!
Asked by Fhalei 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
My ipod 5th gen video. it connects to computer. it loads music its also been restored a few times successfully but i get no sound from the dock or the earphone jack. it shows music playing and the menu comes up fine.. appreciate the help?
Asked by tommysideslide 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Asked by Hubiewan 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Many brands compete with noise-cancelling technology, but all offerings seem tuned to mitigate frequencies other than voices. I appreciate that on an airplane or gun range, but in an open office plan, the only common attempt at mitigating vocal pollution is to add white noise variants. White noise systems have limited effectiveness and alleged health drawbacks. My noise cancelling headphones cut the white noise, effectively enhancing voices that I want to shut out. I can use "sound-isolation" instead of "noise-cancellation" but they are bulky and hot. I'd think it would be possible to use noise-cancellation technology to target vocal frequencies. Thoughts?
Posted by ShakyKnees 1 year ago
So I've owned a pair of Sennheiser HD555's for about 4 years now and while they haven't broken in any way, I'm looking to buy another pair of Sennheisers that are more portable than the HD555's (10 ft. cable and bulky 1/4 inch jack + open design -_-) I've been considering 2 choices in the Sennheiser 400 series. The HD439's and the HD449's While I know they are both very similar, there are big differences in my opinion. HD 439's: I really like the detachable cable on these, and I've always been in love with the cloth ear pads from my 555's, so i know these would be super comfortable. Also these present a bit more bass than the others in the 400 series, which i don't know if I'll enjoy, because I really only have the HD 555's to compare audio quality to. HD449's: These headphones are apparently a bit more powerful than the 439's because of stronger magnets in their monitors, which is a plus because I mostly listen to music on my laptop, phone, or zune (YES I SAID IT AND I SAID IT PROUD--ZUNE). Also I'v e heard that they have a better range of sound quality not just regarding the bass and treble. The one thing that scares me to death about these cans is the pleather or "leatherette" material for the ear pads. While i know that these are better at blocking outside noise, I can't help but feel like they'd be very uncomfortable. The only other cans i've used with the pleather are the Bose AE2's, so one question is how do they compare? also to beats leather pads? In general, I listen to a broad range of music from classical to rap to indie rock. Pretty much anything but country. I like to have a bit more bass and high tones than mid, but not too much. For this reason, I think the HD439's would be better in regards to sound quality and better design/comfort. The only thing that keeps me looking back at the 449's is the offer of more powerful magnets and better sound when playing from a mobile device or something with a low power output. I also really like the fact that even if i do like lows and highs better, I can always put an equalizer on the HD'449's to tailor their more balanced sound to my wants. But I'm still afraid of the comfort the 449's offer compared to the cloth pads of the 439's. Again I own a pair of Sennheiser HD55's and love their sound quality and comfort. I also own a pair of AKG K181DJ series, but those are mostly for listening to house, dubstep, and drub&bass.; I've owned the Bose AE2 (second edition) and have used beats studio for a time. These are really all of my reference points for sound quality and comfort. Anyways, I digress. I'm very torn between the two and I've given all of the info I can. Any suggestions/ratings/opinions would be greatly appreciated.
Asked by bobert610 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Present speaker is 14 ohm. I tried a 1000 ohm to 16 ohm, it cut output to speaker by 75%. Thinking I need 1:1 transformer and probably impedance is not critical as long as it is 50 ohms or less. I will be switching between earphones or speaker. No fidelity requirements.
Asked by willsonx 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Check out my design.. please vote for me :) also let me know what you guys think https://www.instructables.com/id/3d-printed-6th-gen-nano-watch-band-w-earphone-org/
Posted by mstyle183 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Im doing the cell phone control mobile robot...
Asked by akirawind 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
The pair of headphones are from QANTAS business class. They have 3 prongs: 2 x 3.5mm and one 2.5mm The two 3.5mm prongs are for left and right sound but the 2.5mm is (i think) for power for the headphones and the noise cancelling ability. I'm not sure how to incorporate the 2.5mm prong into a normal jack or whether it's even possible. I want to use these on an mp3 player or if the power needed is too big then on a laptop. Your help or ideas is appreciated! Cheers, Tal
Asked by talco92 9 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Wire Mania - I need help with designing/making something to carry all the wires I have to cart around each day Answered
For my ipod = earphones(1), connection for pc(2), for electrical plug charging(3) and for car radio connection(4) plus my earphone for my cellphone. I have tried to make something to wind the wires around but they still get tangled. I would so like to keep them neat. Please help. Thanks. Julie
Asked by juliefv 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
READ THE DESCRIPTION FIRST IT HAS THE INSTRUCTIONS!One of the freakiest illusions ever! Basically what you need to do is listen to this with your EYES SHUT and with headphones or earphones: NOTHING ELSE, otherwise it will not work. Oh and you need to have the earphones/headphones plugged into both ears, not just one. This is basically designed to give the illusion of having a haircut, but it REALLY WORKS!
Posted by Lowney 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Well, whenever I plug in my earphones to either my laptop or my desktop, I would hear static noise. Rather, on my second desktop's amplifier I've hear little or mostly no static at all (from a sound card, through a audio plug to RCA into the amplifier) and as well seems to be little suppressed using a toroid band on the plug of the earphones. Through little research, I've found out its the grounded prong fault, where different resistance causes this noises. So, without either doing A) REMOVE THE GROUNDED PONG or B) Grounded loop isolator, unless I could find a cheap one, how would I stop this problem? Snowy *Updated: No, muting it will defeated the purpose of having music on*
Asked by BIO Wolf 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Hii..Could u plzz suggest me How to connect earphones to DTMF circuit?..Its finding very diffult to judge wass d desire Terminal to interface to circuit..When i strip the wire one among the pair of wires, i find two thin wires with more insulated silk material..in this a brain feeding doubt arised that among these two thin wires which wire should be judge as Tip..Nd i bought a DTMF decoder CS9370DGP..is this is same as MT8870 specifications nd circuit?Plz do reply..nd if possibl plz post me circuit diagram using CS9370DGP..nd plz attach the stepwise pics that should follow while connecting the earphones to circuit..Plzzzzzz help me.......plzzz frnd:confused::(?
Asked by nav.leo02 8 years ago
Good day all, I have four pairs of old earphones that I could like to creatively repurpose. All pairs are functional and all are Nokia branded. I received these earphones over the ages along with cellphones. Their connectors however have proprietary jacks, not even the same types, with one having a 3.5 mm jack, they also include mics for answering calls. Thoughts I had so far: trying to create a dock/speaker box using it all simultaneously - concern, will probably be soft. Any advice? Thanks! Xaveos
Asked by Xaveos 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I have made a multiconnections box for my computer that fits in a 5-1/4 bay. It has four USB ports, 1 Firewire, mic and earphones and several card readers. The front panel of the box is made of plastic and painted with spray paint to cover putty patches. I want to put logos for every connector, the USB logo, the Firewire logo, a logo of a mic, a logo of an earphone and the identification of each card slot (CF, SD, MS, etc) What are the ways of doing it with a factory-like finish? ¿custom decals? ¿Screen prints? ¿Is there any instructable about the matter?
Posted by jedikalimero 8 years ago
Making a [4-Pole TRRS to 3.5mm Stereo & Mic Adapter (Male to 2x Female)] from an iphone headphone splitter jack?
I want an adapter that merges the microphone and earphone 3.5 mm jacks into a single 3.5 mm jack ( basically I want to build the blue adapter thingy). The problem is how do I connect the microphone pins from the 3.5mm jack? That is how do I connect the two leads marked "?" (see the third picture for what I want to achieve.) PS: I am not sure whether the microphone jack pinout is the same as drawn. Anybody can confirm whether this is right?
Asked by rammstein2 2 years ago | last reply 1 year ago
I have made a multi-connections box for my computer that fits in a 5-1/4 bay. It has four USB ports, 1 Firewire, mic and earphones and several card readers. The front panel of the box is made of plastic and painted with spray paint to cover putty patches. I want to put logos for every connector, the USB logo, the Firewire logo, a logo of a mic, a logo of an earphone and the identification of each card slot (CF, SD, MS, etc) What are the ways of doing it with a factory-like finish? ¿custom decals? ¿Screen prints? ¿Is there any instructable about the matter?
Asked by jedikalimero 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
My Toshiba HDTV has only one audio output, Digital Optical. I am hard of hearing and need to use earphones with volume control to listen while others are in the room. I believe a small, single purpose audio amp with digital, optical input and maximum volume analog output would do the job. No one builds such a device. The ones available have multiple options and resulting high price. I know how to read, BUT NOT DESIGN, circuits. I would prefer a design that would work off of a standard available "wall wart"/ Can anyone provide such schematic?
Asked by chartsmalm 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Every lose ear buds (the soft part on them), everyone has now you can get free ones from Acoustic Forge http://acousticforge.com/, you just pay S/H and you get free earbuds, if you want to support the Acoustic Forge product : IronBuds, which are fully-hackable headphones you can make a pledge at kickstarter (link on webpage). For donating they will send you a pair (or more) of headphones and you will be supporting new, modular, headphones, each part of the headphones is separate, so you can customize the bud, headphone, cables, and much more! If you lose or break a piece rather than buying an entire new set you just have to get a single part of the headphones!
Posted by Algag 7 years ago
I'm making a special case for ipods and I want to know what do you like to have with you? I have a pocket for earphones and a cleaning thingo (glasses rag). But what else do I need??
Asked by HMice 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
My bose radio does not have an outlet for any speakers I might have. Bose said the only way I could activate a speaker 50' away in the basement is to use a headphone jack wire that is plugged into the Bose. It should transmit juice to the speaker to transfer the sound. I have a breathaudio speaker with two sets of red and black spring loaded terminal posts. When the jack goes into the Bose radio it naturally cuts the sound from the Bose radio itself and that's fine. I just want the juice from the jack to go to the speaker in the basement to enjoy. Is this possible? I'm working with very fine headphone wires from the jack wire itself to transfer power to the speaker via speaker wires that will attach to one set or both sets of the black and red spring loaded terminals on the speaker. Thanks, Jon Burnham firstname.lastname@example.org
Asked by jonb2 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I am having this problem with my xbox 360, the xbox 360 does not run on bluetooth but i have already gone out and bought a bluetooth headset, so i was wondering if anyone had any idea on how i could make a bluetooth adapter for my wireless headset, in simple terms i just want some that will receive sound from my wireless bluetooth headset and will send out sound through the earphone jack in the controller, dont worry about the earphone jack i have that covered i just need the adapter
Asked by jaah_rastafarii 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hello, I need help, I have a Bluetooth audio dongle the kind that you plug into a USB port of a speaker to transform it into a Bluetooth speaker. But I was wondering if I can use it with a regular headset/headphones and a regular cellphone battery for power supply,. THank you
Posted by Toyanster 2 years ago
Hello I am looking to buy/build a small FM wireless transmitter with built in microphone (similar to karaoke but not exactly ) to transfer voice or sound from playing musical instrument to earphone. It is meant only for practice purpose so does not need high power, the distance between the microphone (the transmitter ) to earphone is like from mouth to ear a few centimeters say about 50 cm. I am electronic junior engineer and have knowledge and experience in electronics mechanics and wave buy. Before trying to develop a new product I was looking for a readymade shelf product. The first way I have searched the internet and reached manufacturer of Bluetooth solutions because of the plenty of Bluetooth earphone that are on the market, but quit a short time after I got some answers from the the Techs engineers of the manufacturers that Bluetooth will not be my solution because It was not originally designed for true real time transmitting. The main problem is the latency time because there is a delay between the voice or play start until I hear it in the earphone there is improved in Bluetooth 4.1 and 4.2 that is 38 MS and may be not enough while fast playing, So as I was advised I started looking in the RF FM area. FM transmitters are long time in the market of stages and performers, there are high power grate quality transmitters that cost hundreds of dollars. Here is the summary of what I need : I will need the smallest device (PCB) can be like FM spy bug transmitter. built in microphone (on the PCB ) , built in battery compartment (on the PCB ),built in antenna a copper loop on the PCB (no wire) Since there may be some problems like saturation of microphone or other problems with band width or sound and sensitivity, sensitivity and control for the Microphone is important. Easy calibration of tuning and stability , may be digital tuning is better. One option is to use the standard of radio FM 88-108 , but it possible that I can use FM VHF or UHF system that have both transmitter and receiver . If there are no ready made products thatn I can easy build a kit , or from schematic diagrams I will be thank full if you have any ideas. Nevat Ben Haim Recomp Computers
Posted by Nevat 1 year ago | last reply 1 year ago
I have a broken set of Astro a40's, i need a little help fixing them i have soldering skill and fix electronics for a hobbie ,but i have never fixed headphones the left ear cup got ripped off, The first pic is of the board i need to solder the green and orange wire back to (easy) and the red and black wire i need to splice back together(not that hard, and srry i edited it in 10 sec using paint XD also my camera dosent like closeups) The second pic is the ear cup side of the wires , the thing i am confused on is when i found the black and red wire its just a bunch of nylon like fabric ...so is the wire missing ? could i use the nylon to splice it all back? i dont think i can? Thanks for the help!
Asked by master of mojo 7 years ago | last reply 4 years ago