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My skullcandy titan headphones have wire showing near the plug and i have to find the "sweet spot" or they sound like tiny speakers in a coffee can. is there a worthwhile fix for this, or should i just by new headphones? thank you.

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I would try using some black electrical tape to hold the wire in place.

If you know someone who has soldering equipment they might be able to repair the wire, otherwise it is probably best to replace the headphones.

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

Testimonial: "kinda figured as much. thanks for the perspective. amazon has them for $18. i will just replace them, and gorilla glue the base of the plug. smooches."

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