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PK1 cable broken

post #1 of 11
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How to fix it? The price?
Thank you.
post #2 of 11
I used to fix MX360 cable with tape,but it doesn't work. u can try hot-melt adhesive instead, but take care of ur fingers
post #3 of 11
I would be interested in this as well, I have a pair of Yuin Pk3's and Pk2's and both cables broke at the point where it meets the headphone jack.

Does anyone know of an easy way to fix these, or is there a place that fixes them for less than the cost of a new pair?

Yes both Bud's are out of warrenty by now, thanks!
post #4 of 11
I have PK1's with same problem, need advice also.

First one I sent for replacement since they had guarantee but these don't have anymore.

Pretty ridicilous to pay this amount of money for puds that don't last more than 6 months if you ask me.
post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by radu View Post
I would be interested in this as well, I have a pair of Yuin Pk3's and Pk2's and both cables broke at the point where it meets the headphone jack.

Does anyone know of an easy way to fix these, or is there a place that fixes them for less than the cost of a new pair?
That'd be a very easy fix. Just replace with a new plug.
post #6 of 11
The out of warranty replacement for the PK1 is $50. Initially, had the older PK1 version -- driver buzzed after 2 months use and noticed cable problem near the plug after 6 months. Had it replaced and the newer PK1 cable is much more sturdier. Anyways, I thought head-direct's customer service was great.
post #7 of 11
Is this a common occurrence with Yuin earbuds?

My OK2 underwent fairly light use; once a week, maybe twice a week once in a while, for a couple hours commute on the train.
The cable seemed to have broken at the same point near the jack (I could move the cable around and sound would cut in and out of the left earbud, but not the right.) Even worse, it broke just about exactly one year after purchase.

Fang was kind enough to replace them for me, but my new pair I don't believe is covered by any more warranty. Man, I hope it doesn't happen again.. Not sure what I'd do.
post #8 of 11
Just reterminated my G1's today. Too bad, other wise a good product. Should last longer than a couple months.
post #9 of 11
as i know, Yuin offer free cable replacement in china even it is out of warranty.

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Originally Posted by tamahome77 View Post
The out of warranty replacement for the PK1 is $50. Initially, had the older PK1 version -- driver buzzed after 2 months use and noticed cable problem near the plug after 6 months. Had it replaced and the newer PK1 cable is much more sturdier. Anyways, I thought head-direct's customer service was great.
post #10 of 11
Same issue with my PK1's - got them from head-direct in June, and suddenly the right earbud is cutting out - just started yesterday. Confirmed that it seems to be in or near the jack, as fiddling with it causing the sound to cut in and out. And this is the case on several players tested, so I know it's the headphones and not the players at fault.

I'm going to email their customer support with all the details tonight, to see what they can do. I believe the warranty is only 3 months (at least as per their site - I'll need to check my packaging as well). So, we'll see what happens.
post #11 of 11

I'm interested in PK1, but this thread made me to rethink. 

So, sorry to bump an old thread, but is this issue still hold true on recent Yuin PK1?

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