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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my technics headphones have
First, check if the headphones work with another audio source, just in case the device you have them plugged into is not working.
If no sound is heard with another device then check if the sound is missing in both ears or just in one.
If you can hear sound in one earpiece but not the other then it's likely that the wires have detached from the speaker inside the headphone. If you have a soldering iron, solder, and feel comfortable attempting it then you could disassemble the faulty earpiece and re-solder the wires (there should be 2 wires attached to the speaker - signal and ground).
If no sound is hear in either earpiece then the cable could be broken.
You can diagnose this by wearing the headphones and bending the cord, moving up the entire length. If you can hear a crackling then that would indicate the cord is broken.
Again you could possibly salvage the headphones by locating the break and cutting the cord above the break (closer to the earpieces) and soldering on a new jack plug.
Hope this helps
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
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