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The wiring in the inside of the headphones is messed up

If i move the headphone wire in one spot they work in another one works in another neither work

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The wire inside the cable has broken

are these headphones real? orginal bose?

if so i would contact bose because the wire shouldnt break (under normal use)

Posted on May 14, 2010


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