Well guys, today has been a day filled with excitement and depression. I had bought a used pair of Denon D2000s from the FS forum here, but I couldn't use them until Christmas (mother's money, my Head-Fi account). I bought them at the beginning of the month, so I'm sure everyone can imagine how long I've been waiting for this day to come, knowing for sure I'll be listening to these. Upon first listen, these seemed to be everything I could ever ask for in a headphone. They fit my desired sound signature more so than any other headphone I've ever heard, and they would last me until I got enough money to afford the LCD-3 (probably years from now, college student).
Well, finally my playlist rotated to a song that had quite a bit of bass quantity, and I noticed a rattling sound in the left driver. I thought it may have been a loose screw (I've read about the infamous screw problem some D2000s have) so I took off the earpad. Well, I had the music still playing, and, without even checking the screws, I could immediately identify the problem. The driver itself would flex in a weird, nonuniform manner whenever the rattling occurred, and the right driver vibrates as it should. This is at a comfortable listening volume, so I know I'm not over working the driver. Is this a known problem that can be fixed at home? I can't find any threads about a similar issue without people saying to return them, but I bought these used. Thanks in advance!
Edited by Hydrocharged - 12/25/12 at 9:37pm