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Can I replace my headphone jack

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I have a pair of Denon d1100 headphones that do not have interchangeable cables. The jack (part that goes into my iphone) got bent. The music plays fine out of the left ear but to get it to play out of the right ear I have to twist and push etc into the iPhone to find the sweet spot.
Is there anyway to replace this jack?
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Originally Posted by Halonoonan View Post

I have a pair of Denon d1100 headphones that do not have interchangeable cables. The jack (part that goes into my iphone) got bent. The music plays fine out of the left ear but to get it to play out of the right ear I have to twist and push etc into the iPhone to find the sweet spot.
Is there anyway to replace this jack?

well there are 2 options. 

 

1. you can try to get a piece of cloth or something to grasp the jack with, and start slightly bending it back in place, and this may correct the situation.

 

2. there are a couple ppl on here who might be interested in replacing the jack for you, unless you are steady with a soldering iron and have all the needed tools. ted's headfood is someone who comes to mind.

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Originally Posted by Halonoonan View Post

I have a pair of Denon d1100 headphones that do not have interchangeable cables. The jack (part that goes into my iphone) got bent. The music plays fine out of the left ear but to get it to play out of the right ear I have to twist and push etc into the iPhone to find the sweet spot.
Is there anyway to replace this jack?


Yes you can replace the 1/8" 3.5mm stereo mini-jack plug on your Denon AH-D1100 headphones.

Mostly need to have a soldering iron and I'm sure you can find solder locally, plus a sharp knife.

Here is a Canare F-12 1/8" stereo plug.

http://www.performanceaudio.com/item/canare-f-12/441/

 

Somewhere on the internet there are direction for soldering this plug

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A bent mini plug is not always toast, you can grab that sucker with pliers and bend the tip back into submission.

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