What is the problem if an RCA MP3 player will only send sound to one side of a pair of headphones?
Try wiggling the plug to see if it works sometimes. The headphone input jack on the mp3 player is likely worn or damaged. Unless of course there's an option somewhere to adjust which speakers play. Or the headphone cord is bad and must be replaced.
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 ? Read More
I got my new sony headphones for my galaxy s5 and now the sound is only going through the right I checked the sound balance but it dont work?
you should get Samsung headphones for it. Read More
Make sure that the headphones are fully inserted into the jack. This problem can also be caused by a short in one of the wires. Read More
This is a problem mainly cause by a bad headphone plug-in. Check the device you are plugging the headphones into. Try plugging the headphones into another device and see if you get the same problem. If you do, then the headphones are probably just broken. Sorry :( Read More
Why would you only hear music through you headphones and not the speakers in a 1988 chrysler's new yorker?
When you plug the headphones in, that disconnects the speakers, and no sound will come from them. Unplug the headphones to hear the speakers. Read More
Your speakers are broken. Read More
How do you turn on speakers when ipod says all sound effects are turned on-the volumn is set high-it plays sound effects through the speaker-but music and video sound only plays through headphones?
Only ipod touches have out loud speakers. to get them to work, your headphones must be unplugged Read More
When i plug my headphones into my ipod i can only hear music through one ear. I have gone through several sets of headphones so it's definitely not the headphones that are broken. Any suggestions?
Best get it checked out by an authorised repairer as there is no volume equaliser for sound on the iPhone, or touch, unless you download an app that includes this feature, which might help you to determine or fix the problem. Read More
sorry, but you cant that's only for the 2nd generation Read More
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. Read More
Many amplifiers automatically disconnect the speakers when a headphone plug is inserted, unplug the headphones and the speakers should come back on. Read More
Download KM player. It can play any media file without any problem or download VLC Player. Read More
Basically, PC speakers and headphones usually have the same type of jack plug connector. If you've only got one sound output socket (and no headphone socket on the speakers themselves), you can just disconnect the speakers and connect the headphones instead. Read More
Verizon LG EnV Touch cannot call no sound cannot hear ring and will not record voice but will ring on other phone?
Did you recently use headphones? Mine was doing the same thing after using headphones. could not hear incoming calls and could not hear myself through microphone. I reinserted headphones into jack several time and problem fixed. Apparently, something was jammed within jack that only allowed me to talk and hear when using headphones with built in mike. Hope this helpsType your answer here... Read More
the wire could be spliced improperly for the headphones, or the port could not be working. As an IT director, I use xtenda workstation devices to run many workstations off of a single CPU. The problem that I am running into is that the driver software is not compatible or digitally signed, and you only get sound out of one earphone, or no sound at all. KILL THE P@55W0RD SOURCES: I'm an IT director Read More
You will have to figure out where the problem is. If it is only when you watch movies, then the problem is with the DVD player or connecting cable. If it is only on one channel and happens all the time, I would suspect a speaker cable or speaker. If it happens on all channels on all inputs, there is a problem with the amplifier. Read More
The headphones are only for music, not to read the book to you. Read More
problem: having to carry a bunch of cd's when there is only two songs on each cd's you want to listen to. How it solves the problem: even though you have to pay alot of money for it, you only have to download songs, then plug headphones in and go! it solves haveing to carry cd's aroud! Read More
Nope. Anything with a headphone jack. The remote for the headphones works only with select iPods and iPhones. The headphones itself will work with anything though. Read More
As far as i know other headphones are uncompatible with the ipad the only ones that have headphones with them is iphone or ipod Read More
No. You can buy electric violins with a jack in the back where you can plug in headphones so only you can hear its amplified sound. Some come w/ headphones, but if not you can just use your iPod headphones instead. Two good brands of those are the Yamaha and the Stagg silent electric violins. These you can also plug into an amp if you want. Read More
I had this same problem when I listened to CDs I recorded on my laptop. I cleaned the CD player, that didn't help although it did improve the sound clarity, I still had the clicking sound. I re-recorded the CD at higher speed, 20x, than the system default speed and I haven't had a problem since. It only returns if I play a CD recorded at a lower speed. Read More
A monitor would be considered an input device. The monitor receives a signal from the video card but does not send a signal back. Therefore it is only receiving signals making it an input device. Similar to an MP3 player's headphones. The MP3 player outputs music to the headphones. The headphones receive the music but do not send a signal back to the MP3 player making them an input device. Read More
Try changing the source on the television to AV1 if you only have sound but no picture from a DVD player. If it is on TV it will not play a DVD. Read More
Honda Odyssey headphones for models made after the year 2003 work using Infrared (IR) technology. A beam of IR light, like the one that is used in your TV remote, is used to transmit audio signals. This has advantages over Radio Frequency (RF) headphones in sound quality and battery life. I lots my Honda Oddyssey headphones and ended up having to find replacements from http://www.audiovideo2go.com which is the only reason I discovered the difference between… Read More
Well if your computer doesnt have a built in speaker system, you can only use headphones or buds to hear it, unless you buy a speaker system that you can plug in. Read More
Your headphones can get ruined if you use them in the rain only if they get in contact with the water. Read More
Why wont your headphones work in your laptop I plug in my headphones and only the laptop speakers play?
Check your settings. Read More
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the answer is I don't know I only know that skull candy makes headphones Read More
So i recently got a new mic and i want to record but my computer only has one audio in and out port (It takes microphone and Headphones in the same port) but the mic was not built for this (it has two black rings if that helps). I have tried everything that i could think of. The problem is that my computer pics it up as a headphone and not a mic and so… Read More
What's wrong with my Fostex MR-8 Digital Recorder when sound only comes out the left side of the headphones?
could mean multiple things try making sure the headphone jack or wires are not loose and the port is clean try setting to stereo if not already try diffrent headphones Read More
It can be used for songs and videos, though mainly only gaming. If you like listening to music I suggest you should get headphones, because the ds has a very poor sound quality. Read More
Yes, not only are they cheaper they have better sound than the Beats Solos and Beats Solo Hd's and are maybe even comparable to the Beats Studios. Read More
When connecting iPod Classic 160 Gb to docking station will it play music through speaker or do you have to unplug headphones first?
You have to unplug the headphones. Because then it will only go through the headphones! Read More
Do you need a new soundcard for your computer if when you put on your music and listen to them through the speakers or a headphones and the sounds comes all distorted?
Usually if this happens, yes unfortunately you need a new sound card. Sometimes it is only a piece of audio software that is set to change the sound. Read More
Sony,Logic,Koss,&Phillips. Great quality, sound,and look good. Most of all they're only like $10-$20 dollars. :) Read More
The jack on the xbox controller is 2.7mm. Unless the headphones are 2.7mm. But the jack is only for mics Read More
with skullcandy earbuds i have found if you take the little mesh metal piece that you hear sound out of, out, they not only work again but play much louder. now this is only true with the in ear earbuds. not the over ear, or on ear. Read More
The Dr Dre Headphones cost is different.Different style, material performance and determine their value.I think the cost of these headphones actually only is between 50 to 80 dollars, but the headphones price is very expensive. Read More
Find the audio-out port on the back of your PC or side of your laptop (usually a green marker with a picture of headphones or sound waves), and plug in headphones or speakers. If you only have the white and red stereo cables, head over to a wal-mart and buy a "Y-Splitter" so that it will fit into the computer and plug your stereo cables into the splitter. Read More
Yes. Sound is measured by decibels. It is safe to only hear 65 decibels or less. If sound is higher than 65 decibels, it can 95.6% damage your eardrums. Listening to music through your headphones at highest volume from an mp3 or an iPhone is considered 82 decibels. Listening to a concert is considered 167 decibels. A blue whale is 300+. :) Read More
If JVC TV has no picture but only sound, there may be a problem on the signal board. Contact an authorized service center to arrange for estimate of repair. Read More
These jacks are used in audio systems to patch in a piece of outboard gear. When you plug in the cable, the circuit is interrupted and sent to the external gear. When you remove the cable, the circuit 'closes' and sends the signal on through. A headphone jack is a closed-circuit jack. When you plug in your headphones, the circuit to the internal speaker 'opens' and sound is sent only to the headphones. When you… Read More
After spending a couple of hours on this, I found the answer 10 minutes after posting the question... The problem was that the "A" and "B" speaker selections control the front speakers only. The surround sound speakers are always on, regardless of which set of speakers is selected. The answer to the problem was to set the receiver in "direct stereo" mode so that the surrouund sound stuff was taken out of the loop. Read More
What happens when the player holds down a bar on the autoharp that causes only the notes of the chord to sound?
All other notes are muted, so only the notes of the chosen chord are allowed to sound. Read More
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… Read More