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Headphones No sound in right ear piece

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Your assistance confirmed our original diagnosis - the cable connecting the earpieces needs to be replaced.

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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Why no more sound in left side? the right side is fine. i moved the left side like a seesaw, then i found where the sound occur. is it the wire connection problem inside the left side? what to do?


Opened up one of the earcups and dont ask me how it was just by force. The cable that connects the 2.5 to the speaker is frail and there is quite a bit of shielded cable that can rub against each other over time. I fixed it by removing the cable and soldering in two separate cables of similar size.

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I use a multimeter to check the connections to the ear pieces. I set it to the diode function. The meter's test probes also have a very low dc voltage and this causes a 'click' sound in the working earpiece. Some earphones have 3 wires, others have 4 wires. In the 3-wire setup, one wire is the common wire. It goes to the ground connection of the mini plug. The 'click' sound on the left ear piece should go to the tip of the connector. The 'click' sound that you get on the right ear piece should be soldered to the 'ring' of the mini plug. The 4-wire type of earphone/ headphones cable usually have two wires that are the same colour. These are the ground or common connections for both right and left. I hope that this helps. A multimeter or vom is a necessity. Len.

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OPEN UP THE EAR PIECE OF THE HEADPHONES N MAKE SURE THE WIRES STILL HAVE A CONECTION TO THE SPEAKERS IF THATS NOT THE PROBLEM ITS PROBABLY THE WIRES INSIDE THE CORD ARE BROKEN,GOOD LUCK FINDING THAT BREAK!

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HI. If your dog chewed on the actual hardware and wire strands, this will not be repairable. The strands that carry the actual sound data stream have been compromised and separated from the main strand that runs through the ear piece. This type of trauma cannot be repaired, unfortunately. You will need to replace the entire ear piece set. I can understand that you want to repair and not replace, but this will be the only option in your case. You will need to replace the entire ear piece set or deal with that deteriorating sound quality.

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No sound on right side


I had such a problem, but I fixed it.

Plase see video on YouTube:



or read this brief text explanation:

Under/behind the ear sponge are four screws - 3 black screws, that holds ear cup closed, and one silver cup, that mounts small piece of plate, that holds the cord.
Gently unscrew, open ear cup, and then first I suggest to check if circuit on that small circuit board is not broken! You can also check wires, etc.

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