Question about Shure (E2G) Consumer Headphones
Hi, I got a Shure headphones, but I do not know, it's been felt the sound from the left side is louder than the right. Is this, based on your experiece, something normal and that it is just a matter of using the headphones more time?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try a regular cheap set of headphones on that device .If its the same ,then the audio device is the problem.Or try those sets of headphones on another audio device , computer,tv,cd or stereo receiver.If you are using any kind od adaptor inbetween those headphones and the audio device ,then check that..If they sound the same on any known good device..Then its possible they are bad ..let me know
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
SOURCE: Shure E3C
This isn't really a solution, but should be relevant. If you think that cleaning might be the issue, don't be too afraid to really dig in there. The part you see is just a cover, not the speaker diaphragm itself. I've had the tip part fall off (well, sort of break off) and that whole assembly doesn't do anything but cover the speaker. The real deal is pretty deep in.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
No, there are no known issues. Typically a lack of bass response is due to a poor seal with the ear canal. The headphones use sealed ear canal is a resonant bass chamber. Thus, if there is not a good seal, the bass will be significantly lower.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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