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Turtle beach x1-other people can't hear me

I believe I came to this problem by accidently pulling something loose in the left ear **** when the cable connecting the left ear **** to the x1 ampliflier got caught on my bead. The cable going into the left ear **** seems to me like it had detached from something. I checked the controller with a bad headset I have and it worked. I also tested the talkback cable( cable connecting controller to x1 amplifier) and it was functioning as well. I am not an expert of any kind so if you think something else may be the problem that I can't hear other people please share. Also share with me please any replacement parts, repairment procedures, etc. on how to fix my headseat.

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Check if any of the wires are loose inside the thing that turns up the volume. the left and right ear wires are inside of that. i had the same problem with the right ear, all i had to do was solder the wire back on the chip.

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I have the same problem as of right now, i just took off the ear cushion and unscrewed the cover. see if anything is disconnected or something. i'm not so good with that stuff, but if u are, it might help.

Posted on Mar 06, 2010

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