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Sony MDR-V700DJ new cable installed or weld but one speaker sound lower than the other

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Bought from amazon as chrstmas present. dodgy from the start . now only ONE EAR speaker WORKING. Need replacement . don't know who to send faulty set to, Thanks Lindsey Baron


Lindsey,
Sony has great customer support for their products, to match the headphones should be under warranty if they were bought around Christmas.
Simple visit: https://eservice.sony.com/webrma/web/index.do
Once there enter the product information (the model number is going to be "MDR-V700DJ"), date of purchase, and your zip code. From there you can request a replacement or a repair for your headphones.
While I do not know if you registered your product or not, it may help in the future in regards to product warranty as it allows the manufacturer to more easily look up your information. Sony's product registration page can be found here: https://productregistration.sel.sony.com/app/home.htm

Mar 15, 2011 | Sony MDR-V700DJ Professional Headphones

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Sony mdr-v700dj Headphones needs new cord! The cord was sliced in half in the middle. The headphones are practically brand new. Is there a way to replace the cord?


All you need to do is solder a new plug on to the end of the remains of the cable coming out of the headphones, then buy an extension lead. It will be much easier than replacing the entire lead, as getting into headphones is a very tricky thing to do.

Feb 10, 2010 | Sony MDR-V700DJ Professional Headphones

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My sony mdr-7506 headphones stopped working, anyway to fix them, i love them


As long as there is no inbuilt amp or something special to this make, then the problem will be most likely the cable or the Jack plug at the end. There will have a clean break (internal) cutting off all sound. If you are good with a soldering iron then you should be able to get a new cable with plug, or you can try cutting the old jack and fitting a new plug. If you need to go inside to fit the cable then the access screws will be under the foam and ear pads.

Dec 14, 2009 | Sony MDR-7506 Professional Headphones

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Right Earphone has stopped working.. left one works perfectly. there does not seem to be a loose connection. I have not dropped them or used them at stupidly loud levels.


Sometimes the lead can break clean, internally, but most often it's inside the plug. If you are good with a soldering iron cut the plug off and fit a new one. But I would open the Right headphone first and see if you can see if the speaker works. They look like you will have to take off the pad first, remove any foam from the front, you should see screws to open it up.
Test the speaker with a low voltage battery, it will pop if connected to the terminals.

Nov 12, 2009 | Sony MDR-V700DJ Professional Headphones

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My headphone jack is bent and so the headphones barely work.


THE BEST WAY TO DO THIS IS TO GET THE REPLACEMENT JACK FROM AN AUDIO OR MUSICAL SUPPLIES SHOP.. ONCE YOU HAVE THIS CUT BACK THE CABLE OUTER SLEEVE TO SHOW THE CONNECTORS AND CABLES ON THE JACK..GET A SOLDERING IRON READY WITH SOLDER.. STRIP BACK A SMALL AMOUNT OT THE CABLE SLEEVE TO SHOW THE WIRES THEN STRIP BACK EACH OF THE CABLES AND TWIST THE ENDS SLIGHTLY..GET THE SOLDERING IRON HOT AND TOUCH THE WIRE TO THE END WHILST BRINGING TEH SOLDER TO THE WIRE TIP. IF TEH IRON AND WIRE ARE HOT ENOUGH A SMALL AMOUNT OF SOLDER WILL MELT ON TO THE WIRE TIP.. DONT HOLD THE WIRE TO LONG OR THE HEAT WILL MELT THE PLASTIC COATING., DI THE SAME FOR THE OTHER WIRE.THEN UNSREW TH NEW JACK YOU SHOULD SEE EITHER TWO OR THREE CONNECTORS MATCH UP THE NEW WITH THE OLD ON THE CONNECTOR AND SILDER ON ONE BY ONE THE SAME WAY JUST HOLD THE WIRE AND IRON TO THE PLATE AND HEAT WILL CAUSE THE SOLDER TO ATTATCH TO NEW CONNECTIONS..MAKE SURE YOU HAVE PUT THE SLEEVE ON THE WIRE BEFORE YOU SOLDER OR YOU MAY HAVE TO TAKE IT OFF AGAIN TO PUT THE JACK BAK TOGETHER..TAKE YOUR TIME WIT THIS AS IF YOU TRY TO HURRY THE SOLDEDRING PART IT CAN BE MESSY AND NOT TAKE PROPERLY AND CAUSE BREAKAGE AWAY LATER IF THE JACK IS PULLED.. ONCE THE WIRES ARE SOLDERED ON TURN OVER THE GRIPS AND IT SHOULD WORK FINE.. I USUALLY GO FOR THE METAL TYPE JACKS AS THEY ARE STRONGER AND EASIER TO SOLDER.. GOOD LUCK A...

Aug 06, 2009 | Sony MDR-V700DJ Professional Headphones

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Change ear pad


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Nov 03, 2008 | Sony MDR-V700DJ Professional Headphones

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How to Rewire Sony MDR-7506 headphones


Okay, cut and strip the cord. There should be two copper wires and (on Sony headphones, at least) a red and a green strand. On a new 1/8" jack, there should be three connections. The middle one is left, and is where the green one goes. The short one on the side is right, and is where the red one goes. The long bit is the common, and is where the copper one goes. Before you solder, however, remember which strand is which, because you have to sand or burn off the colored enamel. (Use a fine grain paper, or use a standard lighter or stick match- anything else might damage or melt the wire)

Nov 26, 2007 | Sony MDR-7506 Professional Headphones

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