From: Adriano (adriano.angelillis_at_gmail.com)
Date: Sat Mar 19 2005 - 10:45:29 PST
I think the man who sold you the eMates, as he had to open the case and
desolder the audio cables to be able to repair the hinges, he probably
did not solder well them back.
This is the only idea which i think could explain how you could find
three emates in the exact same problem on the audio output.
Il giorno 19/mar/05, alle 17:54, Adam Ladds ha scritto:
I have tried the volume, it makes no difference. Neither does a
different pair or earphones. The interference is a sort of whistling
noise, the audio out can be heard over it, but it is very annoying. I
have 2 working eMates, both have this problem, they have both been
tested with two different pairs of earphones. When the AC adaptor is
plugged in, the noise changes, it becomes slightly higher pitched, If I
can sort out some web space, I may be able to upload an audio file of
the noise if this would help anyone.
On Saturday, March 19, 2005, at 04:44 PM, Adriano wrote:
> Try first lowering the audio volume output just turning left the audio
> switch on the eMate.
> If you experience the same interferences then try using the audio port
> with a different pair of hearphones.
> If the problem persists, try to polish from dust the inside of the
> audio jack using an air compressor.
> If the problem still persist, although the the emate audio connector is
> really really hard and metal jacked, the previous owner had been able
> to ruin it.
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