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Shure SE530 dead. What to do?

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Hi Head-Fi

 

So after 4 years of listening to my SE530 and going thought 3 different pairs during the 2 year warranty period it has finally die on me. Once again the cable came lose and I completely lost hearing on the left monitor.

 

Since I am out of warranty, I am looking for other means of fixing it. I've did my fair share of research of reshelling and found this company call Uniquie Melody. Can someone suggest other companies that do reshelling or simply repairing / recabling etc

 

Thank You in Advance

 

Ch28Kid

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Another option is you can also send it back to Shure and they will replace it with an SE535 for $240 as an out-of-warrenty repair.

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Hi Head-Fi

 

So after 4 years of listening to my SE530 and going thought 3 different pairs during the 2 year warranty period it has finally die on me. Once again the cable came lose and I completely lost hearing on the left monitor.

 

Since I am out of warranty, I am looking for other means of fixing it. I've did my fair share of research of reshelling and found this company call Uniquie Melody. Can someone suggest other companies that do reshelling or simply repairing / recabling etc

 

Thank You in Advance

 

Ch28Kid

 

Fisher hearing (inearz) 1964 ears and Kozee all offer reshell services.
 

 

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