How do you fix a mp3 player if it only plays in one ear and it's not the headphones?
If the problem is not in the headphones, it is almost certainly in the headphone jack. Unfortunately, the resolution requires a willingness to crack the case and solder the circuit boards inside. Remove the battery; pop the case -- usually it will be held together by little plastic tabs, though in some very rare cases, more expensive units in particular, which will have tiny little screws, usually 00 Philips. Inside will be one or two circuit boards, and the headphone jack will be attached to one of them. There will be three or four solder tabs sticking out of the plastic body of the headphone jack, and soldered to the circuit board; often these tabs are all that holds the jack in place, it will be otherwise floating in a notch in the circuit board. With a solder iron, carefully heat and reflow each of the tabs. Re-assemble.
DJ headphones normally have swiveling ear cups. This helps the DJ use only one ear at a time to correctly hear the difference between what he is playing in his headphones and what the crowd hears. The DJ uses these headphones to correctly balance sound response. Regular headphones do not have swiveling ear cups.
erm... haven't you disrupted the wire? One possible reason could be that your mp3 player is not working properly. Its the problem with audio o/p module of your mp3 player. There are two components of a sound file, if anyone one of them is corrupted, it will not deliver over the ear phones. Which mp3 player do you have ?
A play list, it has 100 plays and the quarterback has a mini microphone in their ear and the coach will talk into the headphones he has on his head and will go into the mini microphone in the quarterbacks ear. What the coach says into the headphones is a number 1-100. The quarterback will look at the play list and find a play.
There is an audio-out plug next to the USB plugs. Headphones and in-ear headphones can be plugged in there. Volume can be controlled by the Mac volume control, or if present, volume control on the headphone wire. Be sure volume is not too loud when headphones or in-ear headphones are used. Excessive volume can damage hearing ability.
It depends on what you will be doing while using your headphones. If you're going to the gym, then you'll want in-ear earphones, while if you want to watch a movie or listen to some music on the computer, some comfortable over ear headphones might suit you better. The best rated (on cnet) headphones under $100 are the "Klipsch Image S4 In Ear Headphones". They are known for delivering mid-range-headphone sound quality while only costing…
when you wear headphones, natural air can not pass in your ear. so, the production rate of bacteria in your ear increase by 700%. That is why, it is said that "wearing headphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in your ear by 700 time". Exactly "At the beginning of the experiment, the typical headset had 60 microorganisms on its surface; after an hour's use of the headphones by a volunteer, that number…
Comfort and quality are the main two factors in purchasing headphones. There are several different types of headphones, large headphones cover the entire ear and significantly reduce outside noise. In the ear buds, which are inserted into the outer ear canal, some are larger than other and this is a personal preference as to your own comfort level. It is all a matter of personal preference.
Yes, excessive headphone use (especially with loud and aggressive music) can cause problematic headaches and migraines. These can especially be caused when using ear bud headphones. To avoid constant headaches when listening to music through headphones, try not to listen to music for several hours with ear bud headphones.