Question about Bose QuietComfort 2 Consumer Headphones
Whenver I move my head my left ear makes a kind of clicking/clunking noise. The only way I can describe it is very similar to one of those buttons you get on the top of food jars. You know the ones that pop once you open a jar to show it is not sealed, well imagine pressing that and that is the noise I get in my left ear.
If I put the slightest amount of pressure on the outside of my left ear I get the noise. If I move my head side to side I get the noise. If I stay perfectly still, nothing. Its driving me insane, lol.
I fixed the problem by putting the ear **** up against my face with my mouth inside of the ear piece, as if my mouth would've been listening to music. Make sure it is air tight around your mouth. I gently sucked air out of the air ****, and it fixed the problem!!! The speaker must of gotten dented in a little bit from to much pressure at some point or another by pressing up on the ear piece while they were on my head. The things are so air tight. Hope this works for you too. :)
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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