Question about Sony MDR-NC6 Consumer Headphones
If they are just the standard type, ie no built in amp etc, chances are that an internal break that is not visible to the wire has occurred. It is most probable that it's in the plug.
If it has a volume control built in suspect that first!
Are they covered by Sony still, check that out, before attempting any repair.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
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