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Connecting Wires

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by xCensored, Jul 7, 2009.

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  1. xCensored

    xCensored Banned Thread Starter

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    Take a look at this image

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    I have two similar headsets like these.

    Headset A: I play a game that requires for me to hear where a gun shot is being fired from so I can't use this one. NO malfunction

    Headset B: Incoming audio I can't hear because the wire for it got messed up somehow

    Solution: Is it possible for me to cut the INCOMING AUDIO wire "green" I think, on both Headsets, strip them down from the black layer, and then tie the wires together? I've heard of people doing this but wasn't sure.
     
  2. dannyn

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    You could probably solder them together. But keep in mind inside the green wire there is more than one wire.
     
  3. xCensored

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    Is there a way where I don't have to buy soldering tools and just strip and twist? Or is it a much more comlex way?
     
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