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Hi,
 
There is usually a standard with headphone jacks BUT some manufacturers swap them around to make it a 'proprietary' connection, meaning that unless you can test it with an Ohmmeter and repair/build your own you have to buy their parts.
 
Here are 2 images showing the 2 most likely connection options. The first is the conventional (standard connection and the second shows the standard and the other more common one.
 
If you have a DMM (Digital MultiMeter -Ohmmeter function), check for continuity from the earphone to see which wire goes to the '''tip''' of the jack. That will most probably be the left speaker. The next point on the jack is known as the '''ringring 1''' and that is the right speaker, the next is the '''sleeve 1ring 2''' which depending on the manufacturer is either the common (ground) or the microphone. The last connection, '''sleeve 2''',connection is the '''sleeve''' which again is either the common or the microphone.
If you have a DMM (Digital MultiMeter -Ohmmeter function), check for continuity from the earphone to see which wire goes to the '''tip''' of the jack. That will most probably be the left speaker. The next point on the jack is known as the '''ringring 1''' and that is the right speaker, the next is the '''sleeve 1ring 2''' which depending on the manufacturer is either the common (ground) or the microphone. The last connection, '''sleeve 2''',connection is the '''sleeve''' which again is either the common or the microphone.
 
[image|904270]
 
[image|904271]
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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編集者: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
There is usually a standard with headphone jacks BUT some manufacturers swap them around to make it a 'proprietary' connection, meaning that unless you can test it with an Ohmmeter and repair/build your own you have to buy their parts.
 
Here are 2 images showing the 2 most likely connection options. The first is the conventional (standard connection and the second shows the standard and the other more common one.
 
If you have a DMM (Digital OhmmeterMultiMeter -Ohmmeter function), check for continuity from the earphone to see which wire goes to the '''tip''' of the jack. That will most probably be the left speaker. The next point on the jack is known as the '''ring''' and that is the right speaker, the next is the '''sleeve 1''' which depending on the manufacturer is either the common (ground) or the microphone. The last connection, '''sleeve 2''', is again either the common or the microphone.
If you have a DMM (Digital OhmmeterMultiMeter -Ohmmeter function), check for continuity from the earphone to see which wire goes to the '''tip''' of the jack. That will most probably be the left speaker. The next point on the jack is known as the '''ring''' and that is the right speaker, the next is the '''sleeve 1''' which depending on the manufacturer is either the common (ground) or the microphone. The last connection, '''sleeve 2''', is again either the common or the microphone.
 
[image|904270]
 
[image|904271]
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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オリジナル投稿者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi,

There is usually a standard with headphone jacks BUT some manufacturers swap them around to make it a 'proprietary' connection, meaning that unless you can test it with an Ohmmeter and repair/build your own you have to buy their parts.

Here are 2 images showing the 2 most likely connection options. The first is the conventional (standard connection and the second shows the standard and the other more common one.

If you have a DMM (Digital Ohmmeter -Ohmmeter function), check for continuity from the earphone to see which wire goes to the '''tip''' of the jack. That will most probably be the left speaker. The next point on the jack is known as the '''ring''' and that is the right speaker, the next is the '''sleeve 1'''  which depending on the manufacturer is either the common (ground) or the microphone. The last connection, '''sleeve 2''', is again either the common or the microphone.

[image|904270]

[image|904271]

Hopefully this is of some help.

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