posted on Aug, 3 2014 @ 07:07 AM
Headphones. Use em a lot. Always have.
For TV, hi-fi, lap top.
Shopping for a decent set can be a bugger; you need a degree in technology these days to sift through all the latest variety of state-of-the-art
But once you've made your choice, made your purchase, brought them home, plug in...happiness.
The only really important issue is making sure the adapter is the right fit for the socket.
This has never been a problem, since there are only two sizes of adapters/sockets - the big one and the little one (ie 6.3mm and 3.5mm
Someone please tell me...is there a third size??
Because the last two or three sets of headphones I've bought haven't actually fit snugly into the socket, despite both adapter and socket being the
small variety (ie the 3.5mm size); the socket seems too big now for the adapter.
So I'm getting sound through one ear only, or else it's through both ears but barely audible, or I can hear the music fine, but can't hear the
singer or the lead guitar break.
If I twiddle the thing around delicately enough inside the socket, I can get perfect playback; but the slightest movement will mess it up again.
Please tell me it's not just me?