Originally Posted by wh1te7ig3r
oh one more question... i have problems trying to fit in the 3.5mm headphone jack into the iphone's port. the hole seems to be deeper than normal players...any solution to that?
1. Get an adapter. Belkin and Griffin have overpriced ones; monoprice has cheap ones.
2. Buy iPhone compatible headphones, such as Shures with the musicphone adapter, the new UltimateEar super.fi 4, V-moda Vibes, etc.
3. Take an exacto knife/razor blade/scalpel to your headphone plug and trim away some excess plastic.
Option 1 is easy but maybe a bit inelegant. Option 2 is great if you like the headphones that are iPhone compatible. Option 3 requires a little work and some risk (it's easier to undertake on headphones like Ultimate Ears that have replaceable cables), and has the possibility of looking a little ugly, but has ultimately worked quite well for me. I still keep an adapter around for headphones that I don't use all the time and don't want to mod.