the parts, you can either buy from us (please see Phoenix page for
details) or from outside, which includes : one female 4 Pins plug and
one male 4 Pins plug, some tapes and tin solder.
2, Cut the
HP cable, make sure you leave around 30CM from the 6.5" headphone jack.
tape on the wire, then spruce the end of the wire in a way that you have
enough length of wire to attach the male 4 pins plug.
detailed picture of the 4 pins socket.
the cables to the socket. For example, in D2000 the Yellow wire is L+,
the Pink wire is R+, the two black wires is L- and R-.
6, Now you
have the finished 4 Pins to 6.5" jack converter cable.
same method as above and solder the female 4pins plug to the end of the
cable from the headphone.
Now The headphone can used for both, the 4 pins output and the 6.5" SE
output of the HP amp!
9, If you
are unable to determine the nature of every wire in your headphone
cable, you can use a ohms meter to test and verify, the L+ is short to
"L", the R+ is short to "R", and the two GND is short to "GND" of
the picture below.