Need help!
Written by: GameBoy27 - 07:12 May-02-2014

Very known problem, happened with lots and lots of people out there. But I didn't see a single working solution.

My PC wrecks my headphones. It started months ago, and my Apple headphones that were working fine for 5 years... the left side wasn't working with the PC and it gradually started to stop working with other devices too... such as phone or my iPod. I took it for a headphones problem then...

A few weeks ago, I bought a pair of Skullcandy in ear headphones, it worked more than fine with my phone, every phone there is in my family... and even my iPod. But... the stupidity was connecting it with my PC and... guess what? Damn! Now I have to push, pull, wiggle the left wire to get sounds from the left side... I just connected once or twice...

That's a tedious problem. Now... is there any way to repair the damage already done to my Skullcandy? by myself..?

:'(

 

 

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08:42 May-02-2014

Sounds like you have something inside your 3.55MM headphone port on your PC dude, try shining a torch inside and compare with another GOOD one like your phone, if there is, its most likely dirt, get a small sewing needle and try pull it out but be careful and try not to break the contacts inside :)

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17:46 May-02-2014

I tried checking inside long ago, tried to clean it... didn't work.. :(

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18:05 May-02-2014

umm not good man, i have no clue then man, sorry :(

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03:37 May-03-2014

But anyways, thanks bro... :)

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07:29 May-02-2014

yep, i have it too
i just duct taped my headset in order for the sound to be surround
didnt try on phone tho, will try

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17:40 May-02-2014

Could you make it clearer, bro?

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18:03 May-02-2014

i have the same issue
my front jack got fuked up so i have to use the back one
i have to duct tape the headsets in order for the sound to be both right and left
but back then, i had to scramble the cable in order for te sound to be both and right, otherwise the sound would be on right part only

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03:36 May-03-2014

Pretty same here, now I have to push and pull the wire every time to get sound on the left part... and I have to back jack, cause laptop... -_-

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15:52 Jul-28-2014

Why dont you buy a usb sound card.Its cheap. Quality is average.

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07:19 May-02-2014

if its a headphone problem , i would say no :/

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07:22 May-02-2014

The problem's with the PC...
hasn't that been explained in the blog, buddy?

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08:01 May-02-2014

Now... is there any way to repair the damage already done to my Skullcandy? by myself..?
thats the question i answered :)

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14:22 May-02-2014

Lol, you write some things but in the end you... we're confused :P
I guess you'll need a new sound card if the problem is with your PC. Otherwise you'll have to return your headphones to the place of purchase and get new ones :D

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14:29 May-02-2014

yeah , if its a mobo problem , try to go to a repair shop to get it fixed , you may even have to get a new sound card or mobo or maybe the shop can fix it :/

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17:41 May-02-2014

Sorry sorry...
I guess I made up the confusion, thanks for answering though...

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