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The left speaker of my Sennheiser RS180 is demaged. How do I change it?

post #1 of 5
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A few days ago I noticed that the left speaker of my Sennheiser RS 180 is buzzing on low frequences. Which is wierd, because I send a decent signal to it (DAC Musiland Monitor 02) although I usually use it near the max volume, which can have caused de demage.

 

Well, I need to change the speaker, probably both of them. The questions are:

 

1) Where can I find those?

2) Can I change them for better speakers?

 


Edited by Mechamorafa - 9/13/11 at 5:43am
post #2 of 5

Demaged? Do you mean damaged? Have you tried calling the customer service of Sennheiser to explain them the problem?

post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 

Yes, damaged. My english is terrible I now.

 

I live in Brazil, I bought this when I was in Europe. There's no Sennheiser customer service here in Brazil. I tought I could just buy online in a parts store and fix it myself. Is it possible?

post #4 of 5

Check to see if any hair is stuck to the driver. That can definitely cause it to start buzzing.

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Originally Posted by ubitwarr View Post

Check to see if any hair is stuck to the driver. That can definitely cause it to start buzzing.



I feel so stupid and happy right now. There was tiny cat hair in it.

 

Thank you very much man!

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