So, I wreck headphones. Within a couple of months of getting a new pair, the cable is bust. It happens every time, and I can't figure out how to stop it. It's always the same thing - sound only comes through one ear, but if I move the cable around the jack, stereo returns. Sadly, that lands me holding my cable in one position for hours on end. This has happened with every pair of headphones I've gotten in the last 3-5 years, be they IEMs or Over-ears; my Klipsch S4s, Musical Fidelity EB-50s, Sennheiser HD 205s, Razer Tiamat 7.1s, the list goes on. The thing is, I just got my ATH-M50s, and I really love these things. I really don't want this to happen again, so does anyone have any tips on either keeping cables intact or making and replacing cables in headphones? It's really depressing to have a pair of headphones break after two months.
Sorry for asking such a noob question, but I really need help with this.