Regardless of what sort of headphones you own, however, there are times when some headphones stop working. There are many easy fixes to try that will get your headphones back up and running.
This article addresses troubleshooting for all types of headphones, including wireless, standard, and earbuds.
Headphone technical problems are as varied as the number of models available. Sometimes a damaged headphone cable or Bluetooth connectivity issues result in a headphone jack not working. Noise-canceling headphones, such as the Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II and the Microsoft Surface Headphones, sometimes find it hard to sync audio and video. Often, it’s frustrating to turn the noise-cancellation feature on or off as intended.