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Technics RP-DJ1200A's left speaker disconnection

My RP-DJ1200A's left speaker cord is broken where it exits the right speaker and runs through to the left. I was curious if there is a way I can get in the right to change the wire or if there is another way I could go about fixing this?

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I have the same problem here ...
but my headphone is from 2002 the foam pads does not even comes off.

how the hell do i get to the drum area of the right side ???
pls help

kananuk@hotmail.com

Posted on Nov 16, 2011

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Sorry, not a solution but I have the exact same plroblem with the RP-DJ1210 headphones. I have worked out how to take them apart and identified that the fault is with the wire that runs through the head band. My question is where can I get new wire to fit this? it is 1mm diameter and sheilded. I have no experience with small electronics such as this but could solder a new wire if I had one.

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If you try carefully removing the foam ear pad you might be lucky enough to find that the speaker plate is screwed to the backing cup. I hope this is true in your case. Some of them are just glued together. Hope this helps.

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