Monday, January 18, 2010

Headphone Jack To Rca Cable Why 3.5mm Headphone Jack To RCA Audio Inputs (left + Right) Has Very High Loss Problem?

Why 3.5mm headphone jack to RCA audio inputs (left + right) has very high loss problem? - headphone jack to rca cable

I want my MP3 player audio output (headphone jack 3.5 mm) to a Sony receiver, the (only using the RCA audio inputs on the left + right). Thus, the use of headphones, 3.5mm to RCA (left / cable) is correct, but the loss of still high. I put the volume on my MP3 player and listen to a person in a high tone. Please only use the headset with my MP3 player, no need to push the volume control is very high at all. Is this a problem of adjusting the impedance of 32 Ohms 75 Ohm RCA headphones? I have a copy of some of the same cable I am, and none of them sufficient volume. What should I do? Thank you.


Jefferso... said...

Try the "Phono" input on your Sony ... But starting with the very low volume ... Or you can turn off the speakers ... The phono input has a higher profit than other entries.

silverbu... said...

I run a line from my computer "on my home stereo, in order to avoid this problem. This is where the melody in my collection is in any case.

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