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the best way to check if the head speaker is ok, is by opening up the headphone bit and disconnect the wires and make a new connection with a naked end , and test it in a stereo, if that still works the you wont have to buy new headphones you can just disconnect all the wires and buy or make you own connection again. let me know if you help making a new connection. cheers

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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Your wires in your headphones are probably loose/detached. Best solution is to just buy new headphones. If you don't want to buy new headphones, open your headphones up and solder or tape the wire back the metal/wire.

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Unfortunately quite a common problem with all headphones this!

It is caused by a faulty wire in the headphone. It can be fixed by resoldering/replacing the wire.

However it is normally cheaper (and easier) to return the headphones to the shop you bought them from. Especially if they are new like yours are.

I would advise you to return the item to the shop as faulty and ask for a replacement.

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the best way to check if the head speaker is ok, is by opening up the headphone bit and disconnect the wires and make a new connection with a naked end , and test it in a stereo, if that still works the you wont have to buy new headphones you can just disconnect all the wires and buy or make you own connection again. let me know if you help making a new connection. cheers

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Yes they can be fixed. Hopefully the break is inside and not somewhere in the cord. Remove the foam pad being careful not to tear it. Look for small "phillips head" screws which holds the two halves together. Sometimes the halves snap together. Gentally pry apart. Simply resolder the wires, and put halves back together. You may have to "re-strip" the wires. If you do they are very small gauge wires and delicate. Use a small tip soldering iron.

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