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post #106 of 112
try to put a bluetooth module in but there is a buzz electric sound when it connect to my phone...anyone know how to make it away??


and what is the best way to drill hole on the headphone to make a hole for my switch?
post #107 of 112

Hi, has anyone disassembled New Beats Studios? I'd like to see the battery and see if I can get any replacement. thanks

post #108 of 112
Hi Guys,

Very informative thread. Hope you don't mind me asking this a little off topic. I have a pair of Studio 2.0 which stopped working a few days after a bought them, I was already overseas and warranty has been a pain so not going down that route. Basically the ANC is not working, although I do hear the hissing sound coming out of the right ear.

I've opened them up fully several times but cant figure out whats wrong after checking all the connections carefully. I'm wondering if it could be a firmware issue? Have tried resetting them numerous times. I wonder if beats warranty tech's have usb software that would let me re flash the firmware on them or something =_=;

I should also mention that initially they would not turn on so that's why I opened them up, after pressing on all the wire connections I was able to get them to power on again, however after that noticed the ANC not working :/
post #109 of 112

Yo what is that white cord that is powering your beats? Just bought a pair of display units

 

Thx

post #110 of 112

Hey were did you get the cord to power the beats? I have a retail pair also

post #111 of 112
Just wanted to chime in on this topic. I have successfully converted a display set of studio 2.0's into a functional set. I love these headphones!!!
post #112 of 112
Sounds like a bad/loose ground. Check your connections. Also try to keep some distance between Bluetooth module/wiring and power lines. Could possibly cause small amount of interference.
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