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post #16 of 29
Thread Starter 

Why would I want to brake 150$ worth of headphones, besides the loss of bass in one side they work very good. Just wondered if there is anyone around here who has experiences such an issue and knows what to do. Guys I want to find a solution not just move on with another headphones since Beats had cost me alot ! 

post #17 of 29

You can't just fix a blown driver. 

post #18 of 29
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Originally Posted by drenkk View Post

Why would I want to brake 150$ worth of headphones, besides the loss of bass in one side they work very good. Just wondered if there is anyone around here who has experiences such an issue and knows what to do. Guys I want to find a solution not just move on with another headphones since Beats had cost me alot ! 

I dont wanna sound partonising but this is what happens what you spend alot of money on such a shockingly bad Headphone, I advise you to do take more care of your headphones if it is a blown driver here then You must have put some seriously high volume through them I dont know if you can even repair a blown driver so you would have to ask an expert,
after that you will have to get a decent pair of headphones also smily_headphones1.gif
post #19 of 29
Thread Starter 

Well I guess you guys are right, it seems like there is nothing much I can do besides listen to music as it comes, but it get really annoying when the bass turns into a kick and the other (left side) sounds like you're clubbing.. I just cant believe how such an expensive headphones can be so simple and fragile. 

 

Anyways thank you guys for your comments i really apreciate them all.

post #20 of 29
I'm sorry for your loss. The problem with "expensive" beats is that they aren't really expensive. They are mostly advertising, nothing else. They are a designer headphone (looks and brand) not a high end or audiophile grade headphone. The JVC FXT90s in my ear go for $80-100 and sound better than any pair of beats I've listened too. The cost to make a pair of Solos is likely extremely low, they are poorly built. you seem kind of attached to your beats because they are beats and you spent a good chunk for someone who probably isn't used to spending that on headphones. I can promise you if you spend $150 on something else you will be stunned at the build quality and sound.
Edited by YGuyG - 1/6/13 at 1:25am
post #21 of 29
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Originally Posted by weirddub View Post


I dont wanna sound partonising but this is what happens what you spend alot of money on such a shockingly bad Headphone, I advise you to do take more care of your headphones if it is a blown driver here then You must have put some seriously high volume through them I dont know if you can even repair a blown driver so you would have to ask an expert,
after that you will have to get a decent pair of headphones also smily_headphones1.gif

 

Surprisingly, yet again marketing =/= quality :)

 

And surprisingly again, the less known HPs end up being the infinitely better value :)

post #22 of 29

I have the same problem, it was is not my beats till I bought it from my friend.

It was broken but I was able to fix it.

Now after a couple weeks my left side has less and less bass, why? I really don't know.

What u could try is solder the wires again, which I will..

If that doesn't work you''ll have to buy a new speaker :)

post #23 of 29
same I have the same problem and if you have found a way to fix it i will be thankfull
post #24 of 29

I am going to guess blown drivers. The same thing happened to my beats, which is a shame ,because of the price. Move one and never buy beats again. 

post #25 of 29
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Originally Posted by GeneraI View Post

I am going to guess blown drivers. The same thing happened to my beats, which is a shame ,because of the price. Move one and never buy beats again. 

Clever boy! (no sarcasm)
post #26 of 29

how do you balance it ?? my bass is dead right now lol and i dont hear bass at all it doesnt sound how its suppose to or how ot use too

post #27 of 29

if you have dropped them recently before this happened the driver is lose try to dissemble and realign or try to give it a few "love taps" to see if the bass is restored .

post #28 of 29

I'd use a hammer to intensify the "love taps" :D

post #29 of 29
hello, I just had this problem too. Usually, when you first get your beats you should get warranty. It's not recommended if you are a REAL safe Person and you think you are NOT going to drop them...Ever. Anyways, I called the beats by dre company and they said with the warranty, I can just receive a new pair of beats solo. And they gave me a list on how they must of sounded like that.
•water fell on them, keep them away from water!
•people wear them when they work out, sweat goes in them (ew)
•Never use beats in a real hot place. (Ex, hot cars)
And there are other reasons but I forgot xD
Anyways I hoped this work out, and if you ever do fix your beats, keep them away from water, heat, sweat(that's why the Power beats where made) and any other dangerous item :0
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