20 Most Recent Skull Candy HESH Consumer Headphones Questions & Answers


by dangling ipod while connected or pulling out by cord you broke wiring you can look up an electronics place in your area for repair but repair might be more than a replacement

Skull Candy HESH... | Answered on May 30, 2017


I just searched hundreds of images to try to see what you are seeing and i can't find the image you are referring to. If there a way you can post a picture or web address?

Skull Candy HESH... | Answered on Nov 07, 2013


probably a loose wire inside
better to get it checked out and repaired..
in my experience its kinda hard to DIY a headphone repair

Skull Candy HESH... | Answered on Aug 05, 2011


Buy a good Jack to Jack cable, open your headphone, find out where the two cables are soldered, unsolder them.
Cut one end of your new cable, remove the plastic aroud the 2 wires on a small lenght and solder your new wires where the old were.

Et voila.

Hope this helps

Skull Candy HESH... | Answered on May 27, 2011


Have a look at my tip on headphone problems just click my user name to find it.

Skull Candy HESH... | Answered on May 26, 2011


Take it into an electronics store, a technician will be able to connect another 3.5mm jack to the headphones.

Take care!
damnor01

Skull Candy HESH... | Answered on May 10, 2011


I had the same model. they are guaranteed for life. Its simple log on to there support tell them the problem and they will replace it for you. Since its there fault its messed up they will give you a coupon for the price of the Hesh's for there website to use to get new ones or to put towards the better ones. I just purchased the SK Pro's saved me a bunch of money with that coupon. So once again go to there site and fill out the simple form and ship them out ull have new ones and working ones in no time

Skull Candy HESH... | Answered on May 08, 2011


You could try a strong superglue. Sometimes you can melt it together with a small soldering iron. If you do, use eye protection and do it in a well vented room. You might need a small piece of plastic to melt, to reinforce it. Something like the plastic of the headphones. Such as "Airfix" bits or a pen top!

The only other solution is to find a cheap pair of headphones that uses the same size speakers as yours and take the old ones out and fit in your speakers. For more info on this see my tip on headphones by clicking my username.

Skull Candy HESH... | Answered on Apr 27, 2011


check the jack first sometimes wire breaks at the soldering if it did re-solder it if you can not check it because is not a screw on plug you have to cut it and replace it u can find it at radio shack and if you take it already cut and new plug in hand to a TV repair shop they should charge you about 10 bucks and.............. try not to pull the cable to unplug it, hold the plug and pull.
hope it works

Skull Candy HESH... | Answered on Apr 26, 2010


Contact Skull Candy they will repair or replace them

Skull Candy... | Answered on Jan 25, 2018


All the headphones cannot be faulty at the same time. Check out the equipment that produces the sound first. That will be the source of the distortion.

Skull Candy... | Answered on Jan 05, 2018

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