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Tritton AX Pro 5.1 headphones Repair

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Last response: in Home Audio
November 23, 2009 4:36:58 PM

I need to replace the 9 pin din on my head phones. Does any one have the connection schema to the din plug. I need to know what color wire goes to which pin. Unfortunately while I was dis-assembling the plug 4 of the wires broke off. I called Tritton support but they were no help. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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December 29, 2009 1:54:49 AM

hey sorry i cant help but my mic on my triton ax pro doesn't work and i cant take it back. Any idea how i can fix it? I was thinking of striping the wire an reconnecting them ...maybe one is cut or something.
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March 1, 2011 10:31:30 AM

hardtop said:
I need to replace the 9 pin din on my head phones. Does any one have the connection schema to the din plug. I need to know what color wire goes to which pin. Unfortunately while I was dis-assembling the plug 4 of the wires broke off. I called Tritton support but they were no help. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.


Hi Hardtop,

I've got a similar problem, one of the nine pin broke off when i tried to repair my tritton headset, and no help can be found on the internet to understand which function it realize. So please if you've found "the connection schema to the din plug" you were looking for, can you give me a link or something ?

Thanks a lot
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October 9, 2011 12:45:17 AM

soz bud same as yourself no help from them, my headsets started only giving sound in one ear and im sure its from the control unit not from the decoder unit so im gona have to sstrip the wires n that back and try but if that fails where could i get just the headset and not the whole packeage from
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June 9, 2014 3:35:27 PM

hardtop said:
I need to replace the 9 pin din on my head phones. Does any one have the connection schema to the din plug. I need to know what color wire goes to which pin. Unfortunately while I was dis-assembling the plug 4 of the wires broke off. I called Tritton support but they were no help. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.


currently working on the same, got some phoen plugs, ive gotten the headset to work, but i cant seem to get the microphone to work im thinking that one of the wires is shared among the phone plugs, but i dont know which one.
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June 9, 2014 3:35:32 PM

hardtop said:
I need to replace the 9 pin din on my head phones. Does any one have the connection schema to the din plug. I need to know what color wire goes to which pin. Unfortunately while I was dis-assembling the plug 4 of the wires broke off. I called Tritton support but they were no help. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.


currently working on the same, got some phoen plugs, ive gotten the headset to work, but i cant seem to get the microphone to work im thinking that one of the wires is shared among the phone plugs, but i dont know which one.
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August 19, 2014 5:24:46 PM

The Tirtton AX Pro is the most broken piece of junk headset I have ever purchased. The mics always stopped working (I had 4 replacements sent to me).

I tried to use them again the other day and nothing works properly. The fiber optic cable has completely stopped working and the audio quality via the 5 colored jacks sound flatter than a highway road.

I regret spending $350 on them and will never again purchase from Tritton. They sounded great at the beginning, but quickly wore out and became worthless.
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November 20, 2014 10:57:59 PM

i actually fixed them for a while, but it just kept getting worse, so i bought the black shark gaming headset from razer. its an awsome headset, i just plug it into my tritons amp. lol best fix ever.
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November 29, 2014 9:15:53 PM

Update. I've recently got the headset working again via fibre optics cable and it sounds incredible as always with games like Battlefield 4. Mic doesn't work, but no one really talks on PC FPS games so it's no biggie.
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