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I had a problem with too must static noise lots of hiss, i moveed the headphone amp away from my x box as that was makin the problem. NOTE that ur tv can make a problem too or pc wot ever but problem shoved. could never stop it from makin that awful popin noise tho.

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SOURCE: Left Headphone not working

Most likely the wire has broken inside.

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Sony MDR-V500 headphones: Cushions falling apart!

You can go to Radio Shack and find some that fit. Although Sony does not sell them as they woudl ofcourse want you to purchase new ones you can buy third party cushions that fit.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Sony PSP 'headphone with remote control' problem

2 things you can try. first is to use another headphone to see if the problem still happens. If it does then either the Jack is bad or the Jack needs to be resoldered. Sony is famous for having cold solder connections especially with User type controls or plugs.

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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SOURCE: How to Rewire Sony MDR-7506 headphones

Okay, cut and strip the cord. There should be two copper wires and (on Sony headphones, at least) a red and a green strand. On a new 1/8" jack, there should be three connections. The middle one is left, and is where the green one goes. The short one on the side is right, and is where the red one goes. The long bit is the common, and is where the copper one goes. Before you solder, however, remember which strand is which, because you have to sand or burn off the colored enamel. (Use a fine grain paper, or use a standard lighter or stick match- anything else might damage or melt the wire)

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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SOURCE: my sony mdr-7506 headphones stopped working,

As long as there is no inbuilt amp or something special to this make, then the problem will be most likely the cable or the Jack plug at the end. There will have a clean break (internal) cutting off all sound. If you are good with a soldering iron then you should be able to get a new cable with plug, or you can try cutting the old jack and fitting a new plug. If you need to go inside to fit the cable then the access screws will be under the foam and ear pads.

Posted on Dec 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Sony wireless headphones, no sound with TV

no sound from tv

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i had a problem with too must static noise lots of hiss, i moved the headphone amp away from my x box as that was makin the problem. NOTE that ur tv can make a problem too or pc wot ever but problem shoved.

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There is constant static in the left ear when the noise cancelling is turned on. The only way to solve this is to turn the noise cancelling feature off. Is there another solution?

these things are suppost to have a little static noise when on. next time get noise reduction headphones. they are like headphone style ear protection like what construction workers use. but only more stylish and they contain speakers. and no killing batteries for good sound. they are regular headphones but with really good sound isolation

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There is a white noise hiss after every sound that comes through the headphones.The sound decays over approx 1.5 seconds. Have tried moving the base around the room, spent $$$ on high quality connection...

Maybe changing channels will do the trick. The noise your hearing is like a distortion of frequency from a nearby device that is using the same frequency the headphones uses.

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Brookstone wireless headphones have static along w/ tv sound

Well I just plugged into the cable box and that worked. On my old tv as well as my newer one the only audio out was an optical I had bought an optical splitter (one input for my sound bar and the other one to the optical to Rca) and an optical to rca for the headphones. This allowed me to use the headphones on all things going through the tv. For some strange reason it no longer works that way (just got my new tv this week). I bought all pieces on Amazon for a nominal cost. I'm going to doublecheck all connections again tomorrow.

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If you unplug the chat-controller cable from your headset and controller, does the click/static noise go away? If yes, then you need a new chat-controller cable. Email for that. ------- If the noise remains even after you've disconnected the chat cable, then the problem is likely due to the presence of too many other Radio Frequency wireless devices competing with the X31 transmit/receive, especially if you have an 802.11n ("N") router made before Oct 2009. If that's the case, you should definitely contact Turtle Beach at and ask them for help with this.

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Sony mdr-rf970r does not work, there is a lost of static and i can faintly hear the music!!!!

make sure your not using them anywhere where theres a lot of electrical equipment around, it sounds silly though their prone to interferance so take the base and place it away from any other equipment and see what happens, hope this helps :-)

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Hissing and poor sound quality

Well it could be interference from the TV, computer, or other 900Mhz device (some wireless routers run on this frequency).

I'm currently dealing with the same issue myself, if I find a solution I'll post back.

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No sound, only static

Hi I had the same problem and just emailed Sennheiser.Go to the menu on your TV and change the variable audio output to fixed. I use the headphones through the home theatre so the volume must be max on the home theatre and then you can adjust your headphone volume. It absolutely worked and I don't get anywhere near the static noise when I go to another room with the headphones on that I got previously. Also be sure your audio cable is plugged into the fixed audio output socket. I did not have to do anything with that.

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