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By xgunther, Senior Member on 18th May 2011, 04:34 AM
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Anyone notice that the Headphone input is super awkward? Most of my headphones won't even fit into it properly.

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18th May 2011, 04:58 AM |#2  
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I've noticed mine dont stay in real well.

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My headphones don't like to stay in especially with the silicon case on. It drives me nuts when I have my car stereo hooked into jack and it gets bumped a little and all I hear is a pop and loud static. Had a similar problem with my Incredible 1.
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My headphones don't like to stay in especially with the silicon case on. It drives me nuts when I have my car stereo hooked into jack and it gets bumped a little and all I hear is a pop and loud static. Had a similar problem with my Incredible 1.

Noticed that also. It's a flat jack on a rounded edge... Seems odd to me.

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I'm hoping that one of those 3.5mm input extenders might do the trick.
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I'm hoping that one of those 3.5mm input extenders might do the trick.

That's a good idea. It didn't seem to be an issue without a case but with its definitely annoying.

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That's a good idea. It didn't seem to be an issue without a case but with its definitely annoying.

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I stil have the issue even when taking off the case.
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I guess im one of the very few with no issues at all.

I actually bought a set of those "beats by dre" headphone sets and it fits perfectly. Also works just fine with my subwoofer at work

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Bought this and it's been working great. http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

Fit's snuggly in the jack, even with my Otterbox case on.
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I also have iBeats by Dr Dre and it fits quite well into my DInc 2.
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My brother and I have similar problems with the audio jack. My headphones will fit in but if the cable wiggles I loose connection. The audio stops and I have to unplug and replug the them back in. It makes it so I can't have the phone in my pocket when listening to headphones. I have called Verizon and they said they were not aware of any known issues like this. They sent me a new phone to see if that resolved the problem. I am hoping we got some out of a bad batch...

This issue combined with the lack of root makes me want to sell the phone and get a X2.

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