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Having Problems with iPhone Earphones? Here’s a Quick Fix!

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If you are having issues with Apple’s earphones/headsets for their older iPhone (3G, 3GS, 4, 4S) and maybe even some of the iPod’s units, here is a quick fix that will blow your mind and save you a little frustration.

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Having Problems with iPhone Earphones? Here’s a Quick Fix!

  1. 1. Having Problems with iPhone Earphones? Here’s a Quick Fix! If you are having issues with Apple’s earphones/headsets for their older iPhones (3G, 3GS, 4, 4S) and maybe even some of the iPod’s units, here is a quick fix that will blow your mind and save you a little frustration. Have you had a problem with your Apple earphones/hands free headsets? You use them to listen to music and talk on the phone while driving etc. and one day you can’t hear very well out of one side… you think at first you might have a pea in your ear or you are loosing your hearing in one ear. The ear piece works and there is sound coming out of it. You in fact can hear the music fine till you push the buds all the way in and then you lose almost 80% of the sound and quality. If you don’t have the new iPhone 5 earphones and you are having this problem there might be a very simple fix even the guys at Apple won’t know! First of all check if your earpiece has lost its sound output by having a bad connection in the wire (break in the internal wires caused by a good yank). If your problem is intermittent this may be your primary problem in which case you are most likely unable to fix it without doing some reconnecting of the wires physically with solder or something else. Then check if it’s not your device. Try other headphones. If you still have the same problem, it's probably your device. Now, if you haven’t done so already, try flipping the side that doesn’t sound good upside down (put it in your ear with a wire sticking up) or putting it in the other ear (left side in to right ear). Have you realized any changes? You can hear better? If so this solution should work for you.
  2. 2. Grab your earpiece housing by the back side just above the wires firmly, and with the other hand grab the piece with the gray rubber ring. Carefully turn (rotate) to either side (Clockwise or Counterclockwise). Don’t turn too much not more that 360° since you may end up breaking the connection of the wires inside connected to the speakers. Try a little at first (25°-45°) and try see if it has any improvements in sound. If you had to rotate your ear buds to hear well out of them you probably will notice an improvement. Initially you might have trouble turning it so grip it using your shirt or a cloth. Generally don’t keep turning it one way if it doesn’t work try the other direction and adjust with trial and error as you go a few degrees at a time. Adjust till you hear the best sound quality. Source:- Tech and Trends

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