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> [HELP] headphone wiring gone wrong, how to fix? (DIY)

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TSSkylinestar
post Apr 6 2019, 10:54 PM, updated 4 months ago

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I'm trying to replace the cable of the headphone. it's just a typical 3.5mm jack with cable to the cups. Now everything has gone wrong.
- left channel audio appears in both cups
- right channel audio appears in both cups
- stereo audio (both left and right produce at the same time) appears heavily cancelled/attenuated

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how to fix?
ProfessorHi
post Apr 7 2019, 01:02 AM

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QUOTE(Skylinestar @ Apr 6 2019, 10:54 PM)
I'm trying to replace the cable of the headphone. it's just a typical 3.5mm jack with cable to the cups. Now everything has gone wrong.
- left channel audio appears in both cups
- right channel audio appears in both cups
- stereo audio (both left and right produce at the same time) appears heavily cancelled/attenuated

confused.gif

how to fix?
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Any pics? Or any more details on whether you soldered the 3.5mm jack itself too? You could have accidentally allowed contact between the cables of the left and right channel.

 

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