Replacing G430 Audio Jack Solderless

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Hello, I was wondering if it were the same processes to replace the G430(By Logitech) audio jack with a Solderless audio jack? If so or not, can you provide a video please? Thanks :)
 
This page says that these are USB headsets. Replacing an USB connector (one that plugs into PC) is not a rocket science - it needs experience working with tiny cables. If you are brave - get a space charging USB cable, cut and expose the wires, do the same from the headphones side (close to the connector, of course), and connect them one-to-one: each cable should have black, red, white and green cables inside, so just twist same color wires, and insulate with sticky tape. If that works - find a friend, or a radio shop around you, where they can make permanent connection.
 
if they make that that easy for you, how are they gonna sell you another headphone? :D

If you are lucky, the whole cable is user replaceable (cable can just be unplugged from headphone) but I have very little hope. Solderless? Never seen any, not for this headphone, not for ANY other headphone.
 
This page says that these are USB headsets. Replacing an USB connector (one that plugs into PC) is not a rocket science - it needs experience working with tiny cables. If you are brave - get a space charging USB cable, cut and expose the wires, do the same from the headphones side (close to the connector, of course), and connect them one-to-one: each cable should have black, red, white and green cables inside, so just twist same color wires, and insulate with sticky tape. If that works - find a friend, or a radio shop around you, where they can make permanent connection.
 

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