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post #16 of 18

I say refurbished only because I don't know what they're going to send me, it could be brand new for all I know.  I'd assume it's not worth it for them to repair earbuds, so you may just get new ones.

post #17 of 18

I have worked on about a dozen TF10s

My guess is that a solder point on the flexible PCB has been damaged....  it is easy to damage those things... 

 

If you send it out for a custon re-mold, you need to make the re-mold company aware of the problem so they can fix it.

 

So what you are actually needing is a repair and a custom shell made.

 

The drivers are proprietary, so a doubt a ear mold company can provide you with new drivers....   but like I already stated, you probably damaged the PCB & that can be repaired with a little time and determination.

 

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Hm, are you sure it's the actual driver that's damaged or if it's just a crimped sound tube?  If there's no physical damage to the drivers themselves it should be fixable...maybe it would be worth it getting a reshell if you can afford it.  Definitely cheaper than buying a new pair of them.



 

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Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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Originally Posted by FullCircle View Post

I have worked on about a dozen TF10s

My guess is that a solder point on the flexible PCB has been damaged....  it is easy to damage those things... 

 

If you send it out for a custon re-mold, you need to make the re-mold company aware of the problem so they can fix it.

 

So what you are actually needing is a repair and a custom shell made.

 

The drivers are proprietary, so a doubt a ear mold company can provide you with new drivers....   but like I already stated, you probably damaged the PCB & that can be repaired with a little time and determination.

 



 


 

Ohh thanks for the heads up. I'm most likely just going to sell it since I've got a buyer looking for my working piece. If anyone wants a Null or Jaben cable, shoot me a PM :)

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