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My earphones, once plugged in, experience from clear sound to crackling noises to no sound at all depending on the position the plug is in the audio hole. The problem has gotten worse to the point that i have to hold the plug at a certain angle and position in order to experience clear sound. The earphones are only a couple of months old and this problem does not just occur in my ipod but in my computer and several other mp3 players i have tried.

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Contact sennheiser. You may need to have it replaced. The problem is with your audio jack.

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