Question about Audio Technica ATH-ANC27 Headphones
Right is fine and left is out
These headphones have a TERRIBLE switch. The power switch on the left earcup activates two microswitches in the earcup - each side has it's own noise cancelling circuitry. The switch for your left earcup is failing. I've already had one set of these replaced, and after a month of use my replacement pair is starting to have the same issue. The microswitches are really small, so fixing yourself is unlikely.
Posted on Jun 17, 2015
Either ship them back to manufacturer if still under waranty or you'll have to re-solder the wiring to that speaker if they have become disconnected or yanked accidentally of which the leftside is usually where the headphone cable first enters in the left side.
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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