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V-moda Vibe Cable Problem


I have a V-moda Vibe IEM. But i have a problem about left earphone. It is sizzling because there is a problem about cable in the earphone. I have to demount the earphone, but how?


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  • hplotkin Sep 25, 2008

    My problem is at the other end, the connection inside the plug is loosw. How can I dismount it to fix it?

  • Anonymous Sep 28, 2008

    Same thing with me, cable is loose at the plug, wasn't able to take it apart with pliers...


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The tip is the left signal, The ring is the right signal and the sleeve is the ground/shield. I hope that helps.

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