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AKG K701 resonance problem

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When listening to my k701s, occasionally I get a buzz from the right channel. I ran a sine wave sweep and found it to occur around 450Hz. I can dampen or stop it by pressuring the case firmly so I don't think it's the driver.

Has anyone encountered this or have knowledge of what the likely cause might be? Otherwise I'll have to send them for repair under warranty.
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Is it possible a hair got stuck in there? Try blowing some air in there (either via your mouth or some duster)
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Originally Posted by smaugem View Post

When listening to my k701s, occasionally I get a buzz from the right channel. I ran a sine wave sweep and found it to occur around 450Hz. I can dampen or stop it by pressuring the case firmly so I don't think it's the driver.

Has anyone encountered this or have knowledge of what the likely cause might be? Otherwise I'll have to send them for repair under warranty.



Did you get to the bottom of this problem?

 

I have the exact same issue with mine, its like a little resonance in the right ear, if I apply a little pressure to the part that swivels (which has the mesh on) it goes, so I dont think its a driver issue.

 

Good to hear from you & how you dealt with yours.

 

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Just noticed the age of this post, sorry.. hope you are still around wink.gif

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