Question about Plantronics GameCom Pro 1 Headset
I have the same model and that just happened to me. I noticed that the sound in the left speaker is still there, so I tweaked the balance in the propierties of playback putting the right one in 100 and the left in 0 and got it to work even if it is at 20% of the normal volume. Not happy but its something.
I suspect that is a conection problem though.
Have you figured out yet how to open the phones?
Posted on Oct 13, 2011
Most headphones are sealed by clips located underneath the foam (on the ear things). Stick a paperclip or xacto knife into the hole to unlatch the clips and then pry it outward. However, check the cable for any obvious breaks before disassembling your headphones.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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