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Sound cuts out on one side only, Sony wireless headphones TMR-RF960R. Fixable or just buy new ones?

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Click Sony Support link to download user manual copy for TMR-RF960R for connection setup details.
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I also have the Sony MDR-RF4000K wireless headphones and the problem with the sound cutting out has got steadily worse over time, to the point where I felt like throwing them away. I replaced the batteries (use normal rechargeable AAs with a bit of card to trip the little switch that would normally be tripped by the Sony battery pack), however that had no effect on the problem.

After a little research I have established that the power on the headphones themselves is triggered by a pull switch in the right ear cup. When you put the headphones on, the padded headband is stretched and pulls the switch up, turning the headphones on. The headphones have always been a little big on me, and I can imagine that the headband has stretched permanently in the last few years, probably leading to the switch on being more marginal.

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The only exception is if the plug on the end is broken or has broken wires. Wiggle the wire at the plug end only whilst wearing the cans. If you get sound, then identify where the wire has broken and cut the plug off at that point. Strip the wires, correctly identify the left and right conductors and fit a replacement plug using soldered connections. Ensure that the screening sheath is correctly soldered to the casing (it's the earth connection for both conductors) and close the new plug casing.

In practice, it's fiddly, and only to be done if you're confident with a soldering iron. If not, just do as Philips intended and bin your old cans and buy new: it's not as if the SBCHP430/00 was an expensive model to start with.

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