Question about Shure E5 Professional Headphones
I began usng my E5c's again after a few months and noticed that one side has gone completely dead. They've been well cared for and have remained in their case while unused. What could have gone wrong and what can be done?
The problem could be with the wires or the drivers or a clogged nozzle. They will need to be sent back to the manufacturer for repairs. Contact Shure Service.
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