オリジナル投稿者： Alexandria ,
I'm a pro audio/ lighting person and I can attest that all of the above answers are correct. I was looking to remove the switch and volume control knob on my pair because of a crappy pot that has been crackling since I bought the cans, otherwise these are totally acceptable computer headphones. I stripped the wires and found the mic red+/copper(ground) cables in the black sheath, as well as the right(green) and left(blue) cables for the cans, plus the speaker ground which is two stripey cables before the switch, and one after. A couple of observations: 1. The shielding on these are crazy thin clear plastic, so much that you don't really need to try to get that off before soldering, assuming you have a high enough heat soldering iron. 2. After removing the switch I cracked it open and it's got more than just a pot and a simple switch in it, although I didn't look that closely. I am getting significantly more gain out of the headset after removing it, and I don't have the problem where it crackles and one ear cuts off.