HEADPHONE JACK REPAIR
Cell headphones have become an integral part of any phone. They are now considered as important as batteries and chargers. There importance is also matched with their delicate nature. Without proper care, cell headphones can be damaged easily. Sometimes, ones in a while they will come with a manufacturer's fault without the user noticing.
Cell Headphone replacement
It might be a minor fault but without support from an expert like Johns Creek cell phone repair, that manufacturing fault stands between buying an expensive replacement or an affordable repair. There is always an option to buy a cheaper replacement but once you plug a cheap replacement to your phone and wear them, the difference in quality is always resounding. Sometimes the headphone jacks are not even compatible with your phone and you have to keep tweaking to get them to work or just forgo some functionality.
Cell Headphones Manufacturers
Manufacturers that are known for the quality of headphones are HTC, Dr Dre Studio, Panasonic, Apple, Pioneer, Bose, LG, Huawei, Nokia, Samsung, ZTE, TDK and Sony. Sony is particularly known for being the pioneer of ultra-portable music players paired with a headset. Looking at the price of new cell phone headphones from these manufacturers, it is always clear it is better a fix at the fraction of the cost of a brand new headphone. If you have your iPhone headphone or any other model in need of repair, Johns Creek Cell Phone Repair is a well known iPhone and Phone repair expert. We are here to offer our expertise dutifully and at a fraction of the purchase price.
Johns Creek Cell Phone Repair, an experienced iPhone repair expert will gladly offer you services at anytime that you may find yourself in such a situation. Cell phone repair is our way of life and we enjoy doing it, and giving a great service and restoring to our clients’ phones and headphones gives us great joy. Headphone jacks are the main culprits of cell headphone malfunction. Repairing these headphone jacks is our main work when it comes to Headphone repair.
The headphones are usually mono or stereo in design. Their design is easily identified by looking at the headphone jack. Three concentric rings separating the conductors at the jack-pin end mean it is a stereo cell headphone. Two concentric rings separating the conductors at the jack-pin end means it is a mono cell headphone. One concentric ring jack-pin means it is a headset. The compatibility of a headphone will depend on how the wires are connected to the jack conductors and how the phone will interpret the headphones controller signals.
The traditions 2.5mm jack-pins are being replaced by the 3.5mm jack-pin cell headphones. Most major manufacturers like apple, Nokia, Sony, HTC and other have adopted the 3.5mm as their standard. John Creek has experience in the repair of both the traditional 2.5mm and the current 3.5mm jacks and jack-pins. So whether your headphone got damaged due to prolonged use or it is a minor manufacturing fault, Johns Creek Cell Phone Repair is ready to offer our cell phone repair skills.
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