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Re: Left earphone is practically inaudible
If you are good at DIY and you have the tools try opening the Left bud,
remove the wires and re solder them back in place. If you want to save
the hassle of all that I'd suggest that you get a new pair of ear
phones. The ones you have might have lived their lifetime.
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try a regular cheap set of headphones on that device .If its the same ,then the audio device is the problem.Or try those sets of headphones on another audio device , computer,tv,cd or stereo receiver.If you are using any kind od adaptor inbetween those headphones and the audio device ,then check that..If they sound the same on any known good device..Then its possible they are bad ..let me know
hi,you can fix it by opening the ear that is not working and check if the wire inside the earphone has not removed. If it has removed, you can use a soldering iron and a lead to fix it back. But if the wire inside has not removed,that means the speaker inside is damaged and will need to be replaced.
In replacing the damaged speaker, you will need to go to any nearby repair store for replacement parts .
If you can not get a replacement speaker,you will have to get a new one.
And for the exposed wire,you can use a gum or a glue to cover it up...
I think you have counterfeit E4 earphones. All genuine E4 earphones had the smaller nozzle. Also, on a genuine E4 earphone, the silver colored ring is metal and unscrews from the body of the earphone. If the silver colored ring on your earphones is plastic and does not unscrew, then they are counterfeit.
I plugged the earphones in another mp3 player and they worked fine. So the interruption of sound must be in the connection between the Mp3 and earphone plug. So the earphone wiring gets a verdict of not guilty. I will do some experiments involving the female plug on the original mp3 player. That is where the problem is.