I figured this one out, although I might still send it back for an exchange. It turned out that the right rear speaker works just fine, however the jack seems to be flawed. When fully plugged in, the rear speaker input only picks up the left channel. If you pull it out just a little, say 1/8-1/4 the way out it will pick up both channels. Not a good solution but it works for the time being.
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I don't believe it to be a cable or plug problem, so it sounds like it's a speaker problem. I look up the review of these and it could have some kind of circuit built into each side. If it does it could be that. As they are not cheap headphones by the look of it, perhaps worth repairing. But if the speaker has gone, it might be as much as a new pair.
Blinking green light is an indication the headset is trying to establist communications with the receiver (dongle). Sound issues are normally on the side where the microphone is, this is most commonly a broken wire. The speaker wires are very small diameter. This can be fixed by a competent soldering job with new wirest from PC board to speaker inside the headset.
THE INTERNAL WIRE CONNECTING BOTH HEADPHONES IS BROKEN. THIS PROBABLY HAPPENED WHEN TWISTING ONE OF THE HEADPHONES TO HEAR ONLY THROUGH ONE OF THEM. TRY FEEDING EEACH HEADPHONE INDEPENDENTLY WITH ITS OWN CABLE USING ONE OF THOSE PLUGS TO SHARE MUSIC FROM SAME SOURCE.
Try peeling the foam ear protection surround carefully off the left can to see if there are screw holes on the speaker mounting plate. Start by testing the cable from the stereo plug to the junction point inside the left can with a volt/ohm meter. The cable from the left side to the right side joins here. If the main cable is good, repeat the procedure with the right can and test from the junction to the wiring in the right can.
yes if you have a multimiter and a soler iron, just check the cable where is moving allot, for example for the headphones near the volume controler, near connector or near you eyers is more likely to brake
The headphone unit is sealed and cannot be accessed via the padded ear pads. You have to prise open the outer headphone cover which breaks off 4 internal attachment points (which can be re glued for re assembly). Be careful on the Left hearphone as it contains a complex electronic circuit board.
Worse case scenario is that your left speaker is gone but usually what happens is a break in the cable someplace.Are you using the 1/8" plug or are you using them with the 1/4" adapter. The 1/4" adapter might be worn out but is easily purchased and replaced.The cabling from the plug runs into the left can and from there splits into left and right speakers. There will be a wire that follows the head band under the cushion from left to right. With these headphones there is a swivel above the can and the problem might be in there. Half the problem is getting at the wiring to test it. Usually the plate that the speakers are mounted on is screwed to the back cup and the screws can be reached by removing the earpad. You will need a volt ohm meter to test the wiring. You can also test the speakers with it. Unfortunately most plugs on headphones are molded onto the cable so you will have to start by testing from the plug to the left can. Inside the left can will be a junction point where the main cable feeds the right speaker. Test up to there for right and left and if the connections are good then test the speaker. Hope this helps.
I think I have it. I've only had a chance to listen to a couple of songs till the brand new headset's right ear died. I took it apart and found that when I hook up another speaker in parallel with the dead one, it works, which can only mean that the circuit is fine and the 'dead' speaker is really dead. No idea where to get a replacement though.