iPhone Headphone Jack problem

jaylees

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jan 6, 2014
2
0
UK
Hi,

At work recently, one of my colleagues attempted to put my iPhone through a sound desk but forgot to turn off the 'Phantom Power'. For all you who don't know, this is a 48v current passing through each channel and this was sent through my phone's headphone jack. This caused it to blue screen and now the headphone jack outputs a mono, very distorted signal and such alike with the 30-pin dock connector. What will I need to replace in order to get my phone into full working order again? Will it just be the headphone jack/dock connector or will it be a logic board of some description?

Thanks in advance!
Jay
 

blueroom

macrumors 603
Feb 15, 2009
6,381
25
Toronto, Canada
Sounds like you've blown the output stage. Take it to Apple and get a Genius to take a look. Was the blue screen only temporary?

If everything else is okay then you might want to simply not use the headphone or 30pin connector for audio. Bluetooth and AirPlay should still function normally.
 

jaylees

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jan 6, 2014
2
0
UK
Hi,

Yes, the blue screen was only temporary. Any idea what part I have blown?
 
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