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That generally happens when there is a break in the cord or if the device is set to mono. If it is a break you could patch it if you knew where it was otherwise you'll want to buy a new pair of headphones.
Hi, This problem is more often occurs in headphone there is no problem with your speakers..problem is in wires. there will connection disjoint near end pin(stereo pin) you can fix this problem if you know how to solder wires.. buy a new stereo pin with cable of desired length or you can get it from old working headphones connect it to your speakers
what happens is inside the cord where you have your ear phones connecting to your ipod, there is a thin wire that can easily brake. it happens if u for example, rap your ear phones around your ipod. if your rap the chords to tight, the wire can break. it can even brake when you move the cord too much. such as spinning it, shaking it and such. the wire that breaks connects to one side or both sides of your earphones, which produces the sound. if you can hear only on one side, the cord is damaged and cant be fixed.
i would go and buy new ear phones i perfer skullcandy in-ear earphones because the wire is secrurly wrapped, and doesnt brake easily such as other producers. the skullcandy ear phones are in my mind are much better then other earphones. you actually feel like your in the room or at a live show.
The wires probably broke. Check by the plug to see if you can tell if any are messed up. This is most likely your problem (happened to me with other brands as well, so don't give up on skullcandy) and means you will just have to buy a new pair.
You can buy a new plug and solder the wires to it. Leave a long enough piece of wire on the old plug to test to see which wire goes where. On the plug it should be tip+left, 2nd ring + right and the base or body is ground. Don't forget to put the shield that screws on the plug right way around on the cable before you solder.
It's more than likely a small wire that has snapped inside the cable due to stretching it's probaby not worth fixing as the wires are very small and delicate ,nowadays people just buy a new set of headphones.John
WTF??? My shits stopped workin now to!!! LMAOO.. what a POS!!! hahahahaha, I see all you fawlkers with the same prob on the same pieces of shits!!! hahahahahaha, I am dyin laughin oer here!!! hahahaha, wow, what dicks... they dicked us on effin headphones.. fukkin bums!!!!! LOL
ohhh sheeeiit... time to go buy new ones i guess... BASTIDS!!
Yes they can be fixed. Hopefully the break is inside and not somewhere in the cord. Remove the foam pad being careful not to tear it. Look for small "phillips head" screws which holds the two halves together. Sometimes the halves snap together. Gentally pry apart. Simply resolder the wires, and put halves back together. You may have to "re-strip" the wires. If you do they are very small gauge wires and delicate. Use a small tip soldering iron.