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V-Moda M80 [Jack Issues]

post #1 of 9
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Hello everyone,

 

Have been having an issue with my M80 for awhile now.  Frequencies of the sound seem to cut out intermittently, and the issue is only remedied by forcing the cable into the headphone's jack at an angle.  The jack inside the cup does not appear to be straight.  My M80 came with two cables with the iPod/Android remotes.

 

Anyone else have this issue?  Its really irritating, and I cannot return the headphones.  Would be appreciated if anyone had a fix!

post #2 of 9

So both cables don't work? 

post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post
 

So both cables don't work? 


Yeah, neither do.  I have to force the plug up into the jack as much as I can to get both channels to sound right.

 

One of the included cables has a dent at the end of the plug, which makes me question Radioshack's authenticity... 

post #4 of 9

Radioshack is legit. 

 

You probably just got a defective. Send it back to V-moda for repairs. You don;t want to do it yourself and void the warranty. 

post #5 of 9
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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post
 

Radioshack is legit. 

 

You probably just got a defective. Send it back to V-moda for repairs. You don;t want to do it yourself and void the warranty. 

I never mailed the warranty card to V-Moda... Oh well

Seen a few complaints on various forums, so I am hoping a DIY'er here will have some insight haha

post #6 of 9

You don't need to send in a warranty card- just include a copy of your receipt. My son had this same issue and V-Moda fixed the problem. I now have this problem as well! Thankfully, it is still under warranty- I will be sending them in very soon.

post #7 of 9
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Originally Posted by MadMike View Post
 

You don't need to send in a warranty card- just include a copy of your receipt. My son had this same issue and V-Moda fixed the problem. I now have this problem as well! Thankfully, it is still under warranty- I will be sending them in very soon.

Alright, thanks for the tip ;)

Having a hard time locating the original receipt, so I just might be out of luck :(

post #8 of 9

Even if you pay v-moda to fix it it shouldn't cost too much. 

post #9 of 9
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Still waiting for V-Moda to get back to me.  I think I may end up selling them as they are and switching to something else.  I really want a high end headphone but I seems I only get poor service :(

Really scared to put down $1000+ on a headphone without a reliable warranty

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