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  1. Thanks for the responses, which are very helpful. The Sony headphones can be used wired but are primarily intended to be Bluetooth. In case anyone has had a similar problem, I’ve found a solution. I connected a FiiO headphone amp (previously gathering dust in a drawer) through a converter cable. Then connected my headphones to that. It has done the trick.
  2. Hi everyone, I'm trying but failing to use my Pod Go through headphones via a 3.5mm to 6.35mm adapter - I can only get a faint sound so wondering if I'm missing something in the settings. I don't currently own any studio monitor style phones with a 6.35mm jack - are these the only type that would be compatible? I have tried Sony WH1000-XM3, some Bose headphones (not sure of model now) and standard Apple headphones. The headphone output socket works fine with my KEF LSX speakers, using a 6.35mm to 3.5mm cable. Thanks in advance.
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