Question about Ultimate Ears super.fi 5 Pro Consumer Headphones
I use my head phones to workout, and I have only own them for six months. I lost the receipt to get the warranty so I am thinking I will need to either fix them myself, looks like a soldering job or getting them fixed at a electronics store if they will do it.
Yes, its not hard to solder, you can pick up solder gun kit at radio shack. its lot quicker to fix than sending it off to have it repair. practice on the side by melting the wire with a gun so that way you get the feel how long it take for the solder to melts and harden. Always use a rosin-core solder (this has a rosin flux in the center) for soldering electrical wiring and metals like tin and copper. hope that help some
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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