Question about Bose On-Ear Headphones
You can try taking to a electronic repair shop to check if the cable is broken somewhere, if so, it can be repaired, if thats not the case bad luck. always take care of the headphones cables, never tie them tight always keep them loose.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
It depends if the earpieces are faulty or if it is just a simple case of the cable being open-circuit (or a broken internal wire). It should not be too expensive to replace the cable if it is the problem, and you have an idea of the orientation of the wiring to the earpieces in it. Otherwise, since headphones are relatively cheap enough to buy, simply throw the broken ones out and buy a new set.
Always maintain proper care of these and other accessories when not in use - and never use chemicals or detergents to clean them.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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