Headphones connect to audio devices, such as CD players, stereos or MP3 players, to the user's ear to allow for private listening to the audio device's signal. If you find that your headphone cord is not long enough to reach your intended audio device, you can make your headphone cord longer with the use of a special cable.
Things You'll Need
- Headphone extension cable
Connect your headphone cord to the headphone port on your headphone extension cable.
Connect the other end of your headphone extension cable to the headphone port on your audio device.
Test your headphone extension cable by turning your audio device on and playing some audio. You should be able to hear the signal from the audio device in your headphone earpieces.
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