Question about Technics RP-HP1200 Headphones
My headphones have benn working fine for about 10months, now all of a sudden i have no sound through my right headphone
I am online looking for a fix for the same problem.
The right ear goes out when i have the headphones set to the smallest head size.
When i open a little there is a spot when there is some statik then the right ear works... but goes out pretty easy.... thinking it is a loose wire on the connection to the speaker...
How do i get inside? I have unscrewed all the tiny screws on the frame... but i think i need to get into the drum area.
looking for a broken out diagram online...
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
I had the same problem and noticed that after opening them, the wire connecting the right to the left was old, dry, and partially disconnected. Still trying figure out how to fix it because the wire is so thin.
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
Check for a loose connection in the wire. Wiggle (carefully) the wire around both the headset where it sits on your heat. Also, check the other end (plug) to see if there are any shorts. If this simple "wiggle" test shows nothing, there may be a problem with the driver (speaker) in the right channel in your headphone.
Another thing to check and this should be obvious: make sure your balance on your stereo/receiver is set to be in the middle and not to the left.
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
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