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Hey guys. I've had my Audio Technica M50's since late 2010 and love them. Thing is they have been shorting out for the past few months and I really want to fix them. Whenever the wire moves around the sound on one of sides of the headphones goes out and I need to wiggle the wire for it to become present on both sides again. 

 

Is is worth fixing or should I just buy a new pair of headphones? Also, does anyone know of any other alternatives that would repair it instead of shipping it back to the company (that costs a decent amount).

 

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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I have the same problem too... sometimes the right channel doesn't make sound until i bang the earcup a few times. it's sad =(

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