Question about Shure E3C Consumer Headphones
This isn't really a solution, but should be relevant. If you think that cleaning might be the issue, don't be too afraid to really dig in there. The part you see is just a cover, not the speaker diaphragm itself. I've had the tip part fall off (well, sort of break off) and that whole assembly doesn't do anything but cover the speaker. The real deal is pretty deep in.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
I have the same problem....right earbud too. Cleaned it out with the supplied tool, saw nothing really come out but....helped, unfortunately still muted...only less....wonder if tool is reaching some stuff...but not all....don't want to put anything else longer in there...afraid I'll damage the speaker??? Anyone have any ideas?
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
Have you tried cleaning out the earpiece or the driver channel itself using either their supplied tool or something similar? If it is not distorted and just muted, maybe it is simply blocked.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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