This is tricky because most headphone cables they try to keep the wire small and flexable but still keep them seperated so they dont short. So what they do is epoxy cote the wires. Usualy they are red and green when you strip away the outside coating. You cant really solder or get any kind of a good connection because of the colored epoxy. What you have to do is use an asprin, usualy somthing like the cheap $1. store asprin or the old round white pill bayer. Sit the wire on the asprin and thin sit your soldering iron on the wire and asprin. The asprin etches away the epoxy some how and exsposes just the wire it can also tin the wire at the same time if your tip has a little solder left on it.
It works good, then you can do any repairs you want.
The plug types im not sure about i just know you my run into problems with connections unless you etch the colored epoxy off the wires.
Originally Posted by donsantos
How can you tell a point is a reflection point?
Originally Posted by maxcooper
sit in normal spot
have friend slide mirror on wall
see speaker? bingo!-Max