Daily Deal - 14th September 2012 - 5% off iPod Classice 6th generation Headphone Jack repair
Today's daily deal:
The Apple iPod Classic ships with what is now industry standard 3.5mm headphone jack, however the headphone jack part found in the iPod classic is somewhat flimsy and liable to breakage. Like many variations of the iPod the iPod Classic headphone jack has a tendency to wear out over time, this can lead to crackly audio, single channel audio or even no sound at all. The reason for this fault is so common lies with the design and build of the iPod classic headphone jack. The iPod Classic headphone jack consists of a plastic barrel with prongs stinking out into it to make contact with the male headphone jack when it is inserted into the iPod Classic. However these prongs are pretty small and flimsy and over time can become worn or pushed back in the barrel hence they no longer make the contact that they should. This leads to faults with the audio on the iPod classic, including those mentioned above. The most common fault we see with the iPod classic is sound only coming out of one ear, if you wiggle it will come back briefly but then quickly fade again.
If this sounds familiar, then why not use our iPod classic headphone jack repair service while we are offering 5% off. You can either send in your device, drop it off in store or book a while you wait appointment, the repair doesn't have to be carried out today but you do have to order/book the service today to qualify for our 5% of iPod classic headphone jack repair. Remember it is better to repair rather than replace.
How to tell if your iPod Classic requires a headphone jack replacement:
- sound only coming out of one ear
- poor sound quality
- keeps pausing
- single channel audio
- if you wiggle your headphones in the headphone jack and the audio crackles
If you are unsure what iPod you have or if you require a headphone jack contact us now for further advice.
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