Question about Cardo scala-rider Headset
It is the microphone, this happened to me. I was inquisitive and out of warranty so had nothing to lose. Fix using these steps:
1. Remove foam microphone cover
2. Slide ring collar back down the boom
3. Split open the plastic microphone unit
4. Solder any loose wires - black to the rim, white to the middle of the microphone
5. Reverse steps above to put back together
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
Before you go slicing thing open, check this. Remove the whole headset/mic assembly by undoing the retainer allen screw. You'll find it plugs into the cradle section with a single gold plated 3.5mm aux connector. Just like the socket on an iPod / iPhone. Look at the male connector. Chances are you may see crusty green corrosion deposits on the gold plating. I simply wiped mine vigorously with a microfiber cloth and reassembled. Good as new!
Obviously some rain / moisture had got in there over the winter. As a daily commuter it's hard to keep it out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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