• One side of my mobile headphones always break?

    I bought a new pair of my mobile earphones on thursday and then i somehow managed to brake one side of them today. It's like I need to brake 5 of them until I find a good pair... (I don't break the side it just doesnt work, if i twist the input connector then the side works for 5 sec....)
    I bought a new pair of my mobile earphones on thursday and then i somehow managed to brake one side of them today. It's like I need to brake 5 of them until I find a good pair... (I don't break the side it just doesnt work, if i twist the input connector then the side works for 5 sec....)
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • Belt drive or direct drive?

    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • I have the grannys garden cd from primary school but i dont have a computer which has a cd player in it?

    I have the grannys garden cd from primary school but i dont have a computer which has a cd player in it?

    Best answer: CD drives and players are readily available for reasonable prices.
    Get one.
    Best answer: CD drives and players are readily available for reasonable prices.
    Get one.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Headphone cords rippling?

    Headphone cords rippling?

    Best answer: No. That rippling shows that the internal wire conductors were stretched and when they returned to normal the outer insulation sheath didn't return to normal. It's highly suggestive, along with your description, that one or more of the internal wires snapped. If your headphones are of the type with... show more
    Best answer: No. That rippling shows that the internal wire conductors were stretched and when they returned to normal the outer insulation sheath didn't return to normal. It's highly suggestive, along with your description, that one or more of the internal wires snapped.

    If your headphones are of the type with user-replaceable cords which just plug in, then buy new cords. If not, the headphones are now fit only for the recycling bin.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • What did iTunes do to my music?!!?

    Best answer: Using sync makes playlists identical on all devices that connect.

    Call it a big "ooops" and get on with life.
    Best answer: Using sync makes playlists identical on all devices that connect.

    Call it a big "ooops" and get on with life.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Picking out headphone amp with built in dac?

    So I Just purchased the BeyerDynamic DT990 pro 250 ohm, and the Sennheiser 600 HD, What would be a good amp, with a bulit in dac for each one, Maxium price range is 200, Thank you!
    So I Just purchased the BeyerDynamic DT990 pro 250 ohm, and the Sennheiser 600 HD, What would be a good amp, with a bulit in dac for each one, Maxium price range is 200, Thank you!
    3 answers · 2 months ago
  • How to fix my record player?

    I have a Victrola portable Bluetooth turntable. When I put the power supply in (DC in Jack) in and i turn the function knob to phono position. I finally turn it on, it makes a clicking sound, the turntable doesn't spin, there is no light s that comes on when i turn it on. I don't know what is wrong, can... show more
    I have a Victrola portable Bluetooth turntable. When I put the power supply in (DC in Jack) in and i turn the function knob to phono position. I finally turn it on, it makes a clicking sound, the turntable doesn't spin, there is no light s that comes on when i turn it on. I don't know what is wrong, can someone help?
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Does anyone know of and MP3 player that works like Ipod but doesn't cost an arm or a leg and holds at lease 32 gbs of music?

    I'm trying to find something that actually stores my music alphabetically and in cd style. The last MP3 player I got from amazon would only let you go through one song at a time which was really annoying.
    I'm trying to find something that actually stores my music alphabetically and in cd style. The last MP3 player I got from amazon would only let you go through one song at a time which was really annoying.
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Audio Technica Playing records a tad too fast.?

    Best answer: While I can't say I'm a fan of the LP60, it is definitely far better than some of the machines on the market these days. There are two main things to check. First is the motor pulley. If it has anything on it that doesn't belong there, such as hair, lint, or particles shed from the belt, it needs... show more
    Best answer: While I can't say I'm a fan of the LP60,
    it is definitely far better than some of the machines on the market these days.


    There are two main things to check.

    First is the motor pulley.

    If it has anything on it that doesn't belong there,
    such as hair, lint, or particles shed from the belt,
    it needs to be cleaned.
    Don't use Anything that can scar it, such as screwdrivers,
    cutting blades of any kind, metal tweezers, etc.

    If the pulley is plastic, use 91% or better isopropyl alcohol and Q-Tips to remove any deposits.

    If it is metal (aluminium or brass), use either the aforementioned alcohol or MEK (methyl ethyl ketone).
    Don't use MEK on plastics!
    Another good chemical, if you can find any, is TF solvent (Freon 113), but it's nearly impossible to obtain any more.
    It is safe on most plastics.


    The other thing to check is any motor speed adjustments provided.
    (I don't know whether there are any on that model).

    If there is some sort of adjustment, place a strobe disc on the platter
    and adjust the speed until the pattern appears to stand still.
    Sometimes it won't stand absolutely still; in that case, get it as close as you can.

    You will need a fluorescent light of limited brightness (to minimize glare),
    or a neon night light plugged into an extension cord, to do this.




    Or, take it to an audio repair shop and have a professional do the work.
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • Want to burn cd to play on my home stereo?

    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • How do I digitize a cassette tape?

    I have some old cassette tapes with voice recordings (no music) that I want to put on my computer. I got a USB cassette player and saved them, but just one of the tapes was over 1GB. Does it really have to be that big, or is there a setting I can change?
    I have some old cassette tapes with voice recordings (no music) that I want to put on my computer. I got a USB cassette player and saved them, but just one of the tapes was over 1GB. Does it really have to be that big, or is there a setting I can change?
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • What is a legit site to buy mp3s legally for an mp3 player except amazon music?

    Best answer: Any music shop. Buy CDs and rip the to MP3 yourself.

    If anything happens to your files you have the originals - and you can make the rips any quality and type you want, rather than limited quality MP3 as some places sell.
    Best answer: Any music shop. Buy CDs and rip the to MP3 yourself.

    If anything happens to your files you have the originals - and you can make the rips any quality and type you want, rather than limited quality MP3 as some places sell.
    3 answers · 2 months ago
  • Can I charge my Ipod whenever I want?

    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • What MP3 player has the best FM radio?

    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Are clear or coloured vinyls worse quality than normal black ones? Or is it just a low quailty record player?

    Best answer: It really depends on the grade of raw vinyl that was used to make the record. Your player is a piece of sh*t. Get a real turntable, receiver, and speakers (i.e. a Stereo System) so you can get more worthwhile results out of your records. Want a quick education? Take your worthless player to an audio store... show more
    Best answer: It really depends on the grade of raw vinyl that was used to make the record.

    Your player is a piece of sh*t.

    Get a real turntable, receiver, and speakers (i.e. a Stereo System)
    so you can get more worthwhile results out of your records.



    Want a quick education?

    Take your worthless player to an audio store (Not a big box full of geeks) and play part of one track on it,
    then put the record on a demonstrator turntable and play the same part again.

    If that doesn't convince you, you can't be convinced.
    6 answers · 3 months ago
  • Electric Guitar | Output Jack Wires Cut/Disconnected?

    My parents recently got me an electrif guitar from a yard sale, I was pretty happy and excited about it since I’ve never played an electric guitar as I only ever had an acoustic. I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT THE COMPONENTS OF ELECTRIC GUITARS When I plugged the guitar in my amp, it did not make the sound of the guitar... show more
    My parents recently got me an electrif guitar from a yard sale, I was pretty happy and excited about it since I’ve never played an electric guitar as I only ever had an acoustic. I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT THE COMPONENTS OF ELECTRIC GUITARS When I plugged the guitar in my amp, it did not make the sound of the guitar strings but it sounded like it was grounded, high pitched noise came out of the amp, did my parents just waste 80 dollars? I went to go look at where the problem might be, I open up the output jack and I see this. https://imgur.com/gallery/fxZ3cnM https://imgur.com/gallery/Vk8M0TM When tapping on the strings, there would be small thumping sounds coming out of the amp, and when I strum there would be scratching sounds coming out of the amp. Sometimes, theres no sound at all or its just the high pitched grounded noise. My question is, can I get the wires replaced at a guitar shop? Or can they still be soldered onto the output jack? Theres also remainders of the wire on the metal already, and its other half is i guess cut by the previous owner, but you can still see a little bit of the wire inside in the first picture. Also, the previous owner has soldered the wires before, you can tell by the second picture.
    6 answers · 3 months ago