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broken Ultrasone Pro 900 (bad contact)

post #1 of 3
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Hello,

 

i bought an Ultrasone Pro 900 like a year ago (not new) and i'm having troubles with it since today, there is a bad contact on the right side of the headphone, when i push on the right side, sometimes the sound is good, sometimes the volume is lower, sometimes i get no sound..

 

i'd like to try and repair it myself, but i'm a total newbie, i've never done such thing, so i don't know what and how to do it...

 

hope anyone could help me out on this, i'm open to any solution!

post #2 of 3

As nobody has replied in over a week then I will. Is it when you move the cord back and forward? If so you  will either need a new cord fitted by a repairer or DIY .This is all down to cost and the ability to do a repair..Usually the cord goes near where it is attached to the headphones the headphone stays still and the cord moves at that point by being tugged/twisted. So with your fingers listening to something move the cord back and forward to listen if it cuts off. If it doesnt then it could be the inside terminations of the earpiece in that case you would need to open it up to find the break. And re solder it.

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sry for not replying faster, i will bring it to a repair shop in audio gear and see if they can repair it.. i already tried contacting ultrasone multiple times but they didn't even bother to reply... :x

 

it's not when i move the cord (it's connected to the left side) it's when i move the right earpiece...


Edited by Sinik - 1/16/14 at 7:04am
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