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Midiland ir-hf1 right speaker broken

I recently bought the these wireless headphones but the right speaker doesn't work at all. Sounds good through the left but absolutely no sound through the right speaker. I've tried numerous devices with the same effect, any help please?

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Hi evtan

The only thing I can suggest you do is to swap the right and left inputs to the transmitter base over whilst wearing the headphones. If the fault transfers to the other channel, then you have a faulty interconnect lead that needs to be replaced. If it stays with the same channel, then the headphones or the base staion will be faulty. Best bet then is to return it to the place you purchased it from and request a replacement unit,. Thanks for using FixYa....a FixYa rating is a great reward from you to me for helping out :) Cheers

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