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Released in 2015 as an upgrade to the Cloud headset.

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Can anyone help me identify which wires go to the left, Right,Ground

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For Reference : This is the Left Earpad .The Mic has the gold and red wire leading to it on the bottom right

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I'm facing the exact same issue right now. The wiring is more than just weird. Any chance you'd figured it out?

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i have the same problem and i read all solutions but i still dont know exactly wher the wires have to be can somebody just tell me the wires from the left to right? (like: red wire to the left)

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our cloud II's don't have the white wire?

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@tommytotal @dawnandzack Please see my answer below, it may not have the same colors but if you read carefully through my description, you should be able to figure it out easily. Also take note of the top answer.

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https://imgur.com/bVQw25n i dont know if all are the same cuz i downloaded 3 diferent pics and non were the same, so i cutted all the wires and checked 1 by 1 with a multimeter, hope this can help someone

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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 ring 1 and that is the right speaker, the next is the ring 2 which depending on the manufacturer is either the common (ground) or the microphone. The last connection is the sleeve which again is either the common or the microphone.

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Hopefully this is of some help.

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I had to fix my headset jack on my Hyper X cloud II's. I also could not find the exact wire layout. When you cut off your broken jack and strip the cloth/rubber cord you will see the following colors.

Blue, Green, Red/Green and another black sleeve. In this black sleeve are the mic wires, strip that and you see Red and Copper. The wiring is Blue left speaker, Green right speaker, Reg/Green ground and again the Red with Copper are the microphone. Important...For the mic wires the Red and Copper, the copper is a ground so it needs to be soldered with the red/green and then soldered to the new jack ground post. Then solder the Blue to the left, the Green to the right and the Red mic wire to the mic position and your headset should come back to life.

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Hello, did you solder with "iphone" or "nokia" connection?

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Duvan Vaca what are you saying?

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Sorry, I attach this image so you can see the jack connection

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What connection did you use?

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I found many different cabling schemes for this headphone. But yours is the good one. From Tip to Back of the plug: Blue (left) Green (right) GND (Green/red and copper) Red (mic). Beware, soldering zones for the wires are sometimes inverted from this. Mine was in that inverted case.

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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.

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Ahh, is that why the cables could touch each other without interference? I was trying to tie the cables together just to test them and it didn't work. If I use my soldering iron will it get rid of that thin plastic? Thanks

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The cable broke after 2 years of use, so I had to replace it. This is how I did it:

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If using a completely new wire, does the mic ground need to be isolated since it's in it's own sleeve with the Mic+ wire?

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If you get a standard 4 pin audio cable, there will only be one GND wire anyway, 4 wires in total. (L, R, MIC, GND). I also have this headset, but there was never a separate sleeve that went to the "Mic Box" as far as I remember. (Maybe they changed the design?) I simply connect common GND (Ring 2) on that middle connector (3th counting from top as in the above picture), and then connect the copper wire from the "Mic Box" to the same GND pin/wire. (I have repaired this headset at least 5 times now, and did it again just now). In the beginning it seemed complicated, but now it's actually easy to do.

If you happen to have a cable that carries the mic connectors (MIC and GND) separately, you should be able to connect these just to the "mic box". (Copper = GND, other MIC).

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Well I think I figured it out now:

The 2 headphones are connected in series (white cable) and the mic is connected separately (black cable).

Both black and white cable are connected to the headphone input jack.

I call the headphone piece in your image the left piece.

The connectors on the left headphone piece I call 1 to 3 from left to right:

1.) Left headphone V+

2.) GND

3.) Right headphone V+ (it's just soldered there to hold it in place, it's not actually connected to left headphone)

The wiring to the jack is exactly as on the photograph of @jayeff

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4Tip-left Speaker-Blue

3Ring 1-Right Speaker-Green

2Ring 2- is it Mic or Ground ? Red or Red/Green?

1Sleeve- is it Ground or Mic ? Red/Green or Red?

for Hyper x cloud II

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Got a message from Kingston Tech Support they use CTIA wiring standard

Tip- Left Speaker-Blue

Ring 1- Right Speaker-Green

Ring 2- Ground- Red/Green

Sleeve- Mic- Red

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I'm really struggling! We bought these Cloud II headphones for my 10 year old who has just accidentally pulled the wire out of the left head piece. I'm happy to solder the wires back....but my wires are different colours to the colours you all seem to quote?!

We have copper, copper/ red, green/silver and blue!

Please give me a clue of what goes where?!!!

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I broke my headphones jack on cloud2 headset, all other things are good but it cannot connect because I accidentally pulled the jack off from its housing (used bout a half of year) and now im curious how to solder it back together, i have 4 cables, green, blue, red/copper and copper with white cable in the middle, cant find anything from web, they seem to make every single headphone with different cables I see

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[1][2] [3][4] [5][6]

(Looking at back of speaker, with soldering PCB on top)

1 = Tip, Left Speaker, Blue

4 = Ring 2, GND (red/copper or red/green)

6 = Ring 1, Right Speaker, Green

(2,3,5 = not used)

If you have a seperate cable sleeve for the MIC on your cable , then the copper of the separate sleeve goes to Mic Box, copper. And the white to Mic Box, MIC (white).

If you don't have a separate cable sleeve with the Mic wires but a normal 4 pin audio cable, connect 4 (GND) from the solder connector on the speaker (also) with the copper from Mic Box, and the remaining one (after you connected L Speak and R. Speaker), whatever colour, possibly red or yellow, to the white of the Mic Box). But if you solder a replacement cable, you need to double check what colour of the cable goes where on the audio connector (this is not always the same), with a DMM. Mic is on the "sleeve" connector on the 4 pin 3.5" audio connector

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Mark Murphy さん、ありがとうございました!
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