Traktor S2 Mk3 Headphone Jack Repair

Good day.

I have an S2 Mk3 with a broken headphone jack. Only getting right channel when fully pushed in and it feels loose in the input jack. I'm guessing the cable was bumped in place and damaged it.

I'm currently travelling and can't mail it back for repairs. Has anyone had the unit apart? Is it possible to repair? Maybe just bending a spring contact back into place? Thought I'd ask before taking it apart.





  • Gee_Flat
    Gee_Flat Member Posts: 906 Guru
    edited January 2023

    Before you pull it apart I hope you determine that it's not the phones themselves and that the L/R main outputs are sending audio. Mini pin are so tight that the idea of it coming loose seems less likely. It could be dirty or a circuit board connection deteriorated or broke.

  • zephry
    zephry Member Posts: 560 Pro

    Definitely check a different headphone jack I had some Sennheiser headphones that had a warped adapter. Other headphones worked fine.

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