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My Bose QC2's are making a woofing/garbled sound.

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Make sure this is isolated to the headphones by trying them with other devices/trying other headphones with the original item that caused the issue. Make sure you use different music files as well.
If it is still the headphones then it is a cable fault, the only place I know where to get them is direct from Bose so give them a call.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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