You are doing your favorite activity and listening to music on your headphones. Suddenly, the music just stops or interferes with loud cracks. How annoying! The weather is your old Sony Walkman, MP3 player, new Apple iPod, iPhone, iPad or a wonderful laptop, the thought of audio failure could be shocking. Most likely, your audio stream is caused by problems with your headset connection.
Sometimes there are simple things that count. With all the complex cycles and applications that are taking place in today's gadgets, it can be common headphones that cause most problems. A set of headphones and headphones Jack gives us the capability of earpiece communication with popular electronics today. Depending on the type, headset costs anywhere from breaking dollars to several dollars. That's why it can be very annoying when you see that you could have paid hundreds of dollars for electrons that do not work because of relatively cheaper!
The term headphone jack or earphone connector refers to both male and female metal connectors that come in a variety of sizes. The most common sizes are 6.35 mm or 1/4 "Jack, 3.5 mm mini Jack, and 2.5 mm small memory force. Failure of a simple headphone can be a major headache.
There are several reasons why Is malfunctioning The female part of the headphone connector is most likely to cause malfunction because it opens into the internal circuit of any device with one. Enabling sand, dust or water may cause problems Some of the latest stereo devices today have an anti-slip sensor If a liquid or excessive moisture gets into the headset button, a small LED light turns from white to red to indicate unacceptable moisture. This indication may cause the device to close. Attempted to prevent further damage. Another common cause of hearing loss Malfunction is a bad connection to the distribution of the internal metal connector. This is the reason for most repair requests or Messages for MP3, mobile phones and iPod. Be known as One of the abusive problems for sound technicians. Technicians have stated that it's a shame that such a beautifully designed device fails because it's malfunctioning.
So what can you do to prevent and / or repair headphones? If you think dirt or dust had come in the jacket, you could try to blow out the hole. You can blow into the hole yourself or buy a bottle of compressed air commonly sold in electronic equipment and computer products specially designed to clean electronic devices. If you think that liquid or moisture gets into the hole, just leave it in a dry hot place for a few days, the device may dry and start working properly. If none of these works and your device is under warranty, return it to the manufacturer for repair.
While not recommended, you might try to do it yourself. To do this, remove the cover from your device. This may need to remove some screws around the edge of the cover. If you have solderability, you can remove an old solder from the jacket by heating an old solder with a soldering gun and releasing it with a toothpick. Then use a new solder using appropriate weed technology. If you do not know how to solder, try cleaning a connector with alcohol. Try the device to see if it works. If not, you might want to re-connect the connection. A plot is entitled to talent.
If all of the above methods do not solve your problem with suits, you may want to send it back to the manufacturer for repair. Follow the instructions in the user guide for the repair process. But there are ways to prevent problems with your headset. Be gentle when you put the male pole into the female reception. Resting when injected can cause the female connectors to spread and thus cause a free connection, which may need to keep up. Use a device clamp to attach your device to a belt or pocket to prevent pulling of the pole if the device falls or is pulled.
Sometimes the best way to prevent damage to injury is to prevent. Some devices come with jackets, but others do not. If you have a device that does not have a headset lock, you can buy one from your electronics store or go online and search for "headset connector." Protect your investment, avoid dust and moisture and get a casing if you do not have one.
Source by Avinash Bikumalla