Hello everyone, i've got this question i've been googleng for ages but haven't found much.
So I bought these earphones "Soundmagic E-10" they worked nicely until one month later (When the amazon warranty expired lol).
The bass was gone on the right side, most of the sound was.
So I'm that kind of person that likes fixing stuff, and I opened them and noticed that there's a plastic layer over the driver of the earphone, and thought it may have to do with that.
Anyways, I left them there upon not finding much information on the web.
But then comes the funny part, today I'm using my headphones, they are not a big deal, but I use them often. "JVC HA-S400"
AND IT SUDDENLY HAPPENS THE SAME THING.
The bass is gone on the right side this time, ain't that some ****.
I open them up, and Aha! The plastic layer thingy is like wrinkled on the side the bad sound is coming from. With wrinkled I mean, there's a pretty apreciable difference between the flawlessness of the surface of the other speaker.
I've thought about it breaking because of excess stress on the headphones, but I really doubt it, as both times it the problem appeared when I was not using them, and I don't really put my music too high.
Well, all in all, my question is, does someone know what's the problem? And if someone knows, can it be fixed?
Thank you for your attention.
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