Since the Note 2 does not come with headphones, does anyone recommend any good headphones w/ Mic and Volume control that will work. Still cannot believe they did not come with headphones.
Hey guys, I have an Asus M5A99X mobo with Realtek audio (using the front panel headphone jack). Normally I use a pair of AKG K430 headphones (which have an inline volume control I turned to max), the headphones work fine. However every other pair of headphones Ive tried has very low volume. I just purchased a Sennheiser HD439, same thing. I have to turn the volume to max to get normal levels.
I recently got an S4 mini. I am not a fan of in-ear headphones, so I am looking to replace the ones that came with the phone. I have some old iPod headphones, but the volume control in those do not work.
I was wondering if anyone knew of any not in-ear headphones (as in earbuds/earphones, not the over-the-ear kind) out there with working volume control.
A beats by dre by dre headphone is also an essential accessory for many offices like call centers. All these types of headphones have their own pros and cons and they work with different technologies as well. With the unstoppable revolution in functioning and technology of headphones, their budget range is also pretty higher.
Hi,I have a slight problem with my laptop.I have a headphone jack, a analogue volume control wheel and my normal speakers.What I like to have is this:Plug in headphones => sound only from headphonesNo headphones plugged => sound from main speakers (I do not care if sound is still put onto the headphone jack as I would not here it one way or the other)Right now, this is not working out of the
If I use headphones at a loud volume, the audio cuts out as if there were a short in the headphone wires. After a few seconds of this, the headphones will disconnect completely from the phone and I have to plug them back in. This happens with every pair of headphones and doesn't happen on other devices. Is there a fix?
I just came back to Android from IOS, and one thing I really am going to struggle with is the headphones with built in volume control + mic. I had a good pair of Bose SIE2i's, which were very comfortable, and were sweat proof for those August Texas runs. I've seen a couple recommendations for headphones, but not seeing many that have the integrated mic, volume and track controls.
So, I'm running into an extremely annoying problem with my G2. Just the slightest touch causes my headphone jack to stop sensing properly.
Example: I'll be listening to Google Music and i'll just ever so slightly move my headphone cable near the base of the 3.5mm headphone plug and suddenly the audio will stop as if I have unplugged my headphones.
Hi, I recently installed PulseAudio to solve a problem with sound over HDMI and it served well for that purpose. I like PullseAudio and KDE works seamlessly with it. There is only one thing that bothers me: adjusting headphones volume. There's no such control in kmix, only volume for analog output and for HDMI.