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One side of my Sennheiser CX 200 ear phones playing louder than the other. What might be the problem here

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Have you checked the balance on your playback device?

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

  • 5ufy9n Apr 24, 2011

    i've tried that.. the right side still doesn't work... it's like it's been fading away slowly and now the volume is really low... i tried changing the audio balance and it sounded really weird and had a lot of disturbance... im wondering if its a problem with the wire or something else...


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