Can you discribe the problem in more detail? -something like that should not happen unless you repeatedly ran them over with a truck or something. Sure its not your audio source or something down the line. Might be interesting for the QA guys that work on that product to look at. If they think so they give you a new one when you send it in.
The issue is exactly as sabreenrz describes below:
Exactly, the right channel seems to cut out if the remote is jostled and then I will have to adjust the volume controls slightly to bring it back into stereo. When I'm adjusting the volume controller I hear static as well.
I don't know if genpatton7 is having the same problems I had, but:
On a few occasions dust & "sand" got into the volume dial of the remote in the cable, and this caused static-like sound distortions, along with clicks and cuts, but these symptoms came only after it got worse, at first it was just the other channel going wild each time I played something with loud lows, sounded like something rattling in the can. I feared that the speaker element came loose or something, that the speaker was physically damaged. But, I'm glad I was wrong. Everything got fixed by cleansing the remote, blowing air into the volume dial and using some electronics cleaner stuff.
Other than that, I've met no problems with this headset what-so-ever, even though I've modded them and opened them multiple times and done this-and-that to them with trying different mod settings.
Just take care of your cans, give them maintenance at least by cleaning them, and you're good to go :)
I will try using a computer duster to clean out the remote, thanks Jaawa and everyone else for their input!