Are headphone wires replaceable?
How do you add a headphone socket to the speaker wires so that the speakers disconnect when the headphones are plugged in?
ANSWER . Each speaker is driven by a pair of wires coming from the amplifier. One wire is "live" and the other wire is "ground". There are two little contacts in the headph…one socket which connect the amplifier's live outputs to the headphones when the headphone jack is inserted. When the headphone jack is removed the contacts reconnect the outputs to the speakers.. So it's important to connect the "live" side of each of the speaker lines to these switches - not the "ground" wires which should stay connected to the speakers!. Because headphones usually have a much higher impedance than speakers the headphones will draw a lot less power from the amplifier but that won't do it any harm so there is no need to add any extra resistors in the leads.. ANSWER . Connect it to one side of the speaker line. You'd better have a resistor in the lead going to the earphone.
I'm looking for 2 additional headsets. I found some on ebay. Around $45 for two.
Because the wires act as a small magnet and so tangle themselves together.
not more than 10$ if you are looking for nothing extra.
Red=right, White=left, Shield=ground
It depends on your likes and disllikes. In my opion, I think the wired headphones are better.
no i dont think so
Get new ones. Old ones fried if microfiber broken.
"The Bose website offers replacement parts. You can also check other shopping sites, for example Ebay, Amazon, Overstock and Craigslist for cheaper parts."
The button allows you to turn on the mic and turn it of when calling someone.
Just recharge the batteries instead of replacing them. To recharge the batteries, just plug the Beats Wireless headphones into any computer or USB port.
The wire gauge in thin headphone cables is quite small. I have read of people rewiring their headphones using 12 Gauge wire. There are commercial cables that use 11 gauge. The… thicker the wire the less the resistance up to a point. Many headphones use 22 or 24 gauge and it seems to work OK.
You can't because if you plug your headphones into something and you are touching the wire without the covering it can kill you or shock you.