Question about V-Moda Bass Frequence Bling Bling Black Consumer Headphones
My vmoda "bas freq" headphones output instrument sounds but no voice unless I jiggle the wire around until the voice comes through. I tried a different set of headphones just to be sure it wasn't my ipod, but the other headphones work fine. I then stripped the insulation back to see if it was a broken wire, but it seems as though theres 3 different colors of wires, each containing many wires in each color wrapped around string inside, and i cant figure out if anything would be broken, not to mention I only expected to see two wires in there. Any advice would be very much appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: In-ear Headphones
Same problem, not a 'speaker problem" from blowing them out. Try just pushing the jack until you feel resistance and maually hold the jack. You should hear "almost all the music and vocals'. Validates the transducers are ok. Some sort of wiring problem shorting to mic.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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