So tragedy of tragedies, I was listening to some music when my roommate wanted to talk to me and, when I went to remove my headphones the right cup snapped off from the headband!! It's a mostly clean break, almost directly underneath where it says 'right', and everything still works (except for the part where it's not longer attached to anything).
I bought these headphones new from a store while studying abroad in Japan, so I know they're legit, and I've more or less been treating them like my first-born child since I got them, which was a little more than a year ago. Although I have upgraded to some nicer equipment since then, the ESW9s are my favorite portable for walking around outside, not to mention the only decent headphones I have that are closed. Most upsetting is that these were my first foray into the audiophile world and have a lot of sentimental value.
I'm sorry that I don't have pictures, but I'm currently without a camera and my cellphone is a POS. Just imagine the 'phone with one of the ear pieces missing, you'll get the point. I don't have any of the documentation with me so I'm not sure if there's a warranty on it (or if it's even valid from the US), and I was hoping that someone could point me in the right direction as to what could be done beyond slapping some super glue on the plastic and calling it a day.
Thanks in advance for any advice, I'm eagerly awaiting some replies!!