Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: Possible Loose Ear Out connector
RE: Possible Loose Ear Out connector
From: DarkAngel <DarkAngel_at_omega.dnsalias.org>
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 07:33:37 +0100
I used to have the same problem...I changed the headphones an dit works fine
But the old (archos) headphones still work on other connectors (like
This is strange but I have to move (turn) the headphones on the archos to
get 'normal' stereo with the old and not with the new !!
Really strange thing...
PS : I bought some Panasonic headphones, gray/metal with transparent fix
behind the ear (not sure this is clear) and it works fine :-)
PS2 : sorry for my "poor" English :)
De : owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se] De la
part de Scott Bronson
Envoyé : samedi 15 novembre 2003 04:05
À : rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se
Objet : Re: Possible Loose Ear Out connector
On Wed, 2003-11-05 at 06:42, Mike Holden wrote:
> Could also be a problem with the in-line volume control. Sometimes turning
> the wheel slightly changes the volume/balance. Maybe some switch cleaner
> might help if the problem is here rather than at the jack?
Yep. Or, the strain relief where the cord meets the male headphone
jack is really bad. You'll recognize the wire separating from the
connector from the slight cut-outs that you describe, or from the
bass getting scratchy or muddy.
Dunno if you've tried this or not, but check with another pair of
headphones before blaming the jack!
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