Question about Skull Candy Full Metal Jacket Stereo Ear Bud Headphones - Silver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, more than likely it is the wax build-up inside the screen of the earbuds. Take a tack and lightly pry the screen out. You will definitely see a noticeable amound of "gunk on the inside. Clean and you will hear a clearer and crisper sound. If you put the screens on flush and press them in they will stay.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
I have been having the same problem for the past week, I have just fixed it, reading your post gave me the idea to clean them and it actually worked
What i did was to "heat them up" with a hair dryer so that any wax from my ear that had gotten inside would "melt", then I cleaned them with alcohol and a q-tip and I made sure I let a bit of alcohol to get inside the ear bud, then I dryed it with the hair dryer again very carefully and tested to see the results and WHALA works just fine
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
could be caused by the way you wrap them up the cords should never be wound tightly it causes a short and it just so happens that earphones are made of light weight wiring to make them seem to disapear when wearing them so what to do is instead of winding them when your done simply fold them loosely so to speak
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
Your current solution to solve the difference in volume (the piece of paper) is not far from the problem.
Your problem is earwax. I have the same earphones and had the same trouble. I checked cable and plug but they were all fine. So then I checked for earwax. It didn't look like I had too much on the rubber plugs - removed that. The problem was what was on the nets. There was some visible, I tried my best to remove that with a sharp knife but the problem remained. I tried to remove some more and found that you can remove the nets easily with a sharp item - just pull them upwards.
There was quite some on the inside of the nets. I thoroughly scraped it all off with the same knife. There can very well be better ways to remove it but this worked perfectly for me.
When all was gone, I tried the earphones and was shocked at how much the volume had gone down in both ears (more in one) before the cleaning.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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