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Hey guys, not too long ago I was forced to use my headphones with the mic socket (pink one, I'm not sure how you call it lol) cause the proper one/ green output is kind of broken.

Anyway, right off the bat I think the sound quality may have decreased; like say, I have less bass or something like that.

Is there a way to fix this, so that it has the same sound quality as the green output?




Also, is there a way to fix my green output socket or something; cause right now, I need to do A LOT MORE than just wiggle the audio jack to get it detected in the green output?



P.S.

Am I crazy for assuming all this?





EDIT:

Nevermind guys, fixed it with the rapid insertion method
Edited by tryagainplss - 1/25/13 at 6:21pm
    
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