MP3 Players Audio and Sound Systems

Why does sound come out of your mp3 player through the speaker and the headphones at the same time?


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2008-05-05 11:32:05
2008-05-05 11:32:05

do u have two out going channel for sound if that soo you can have good sound for both. normally ipod dont have two sound channel soo playing music with ipod and transfer music from ipod for back up.


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No. Not properly, anyway. The connectors are different on Skull Candy headphones and don't match up properly on the Samsung Galaxy. The result is music playing through your phone's speaker as though no headphones were inserted, distorted sound, or sound cutting out and stopping when the jack is moved.

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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 unplug them, the circuit to the speaker 'closes' and you hear sound through the speaker again.

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"Beats by Dr. Dre" is a great brand of headphones, with its crystal-clear sound, advance speaker design and folding design for portability. Enjoy high quality sounds when you listen to your favorite playlist on your portable MP3 player.

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