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How to repair headphones when one side is weaker than the other?


pcaman

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My headphones fell down and now one side is weaker than the other. Any way to repair them?

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wiz-king

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No - afraid not usually. The coil has most likely touching the magnet or the diaphragm may have crumpled.

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mole1944

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As Wiz-king said it's usually a case of throwing them, that's unless they are a very expensive pair, in that case the maker may do a repair service. Looks like a bin jobby and treat yourself to a new pair.

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pcaman

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ok ,i got it. thx

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