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Right side sounding less bassy and less datailed (Sennheiser 518)

post #1 of 4
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I think the title explains it pretty well . I've got my headphones for a few month now and i had quite a problem with them for about a month now (i was too lazy to do anything about it).

I know that the problem is pretty common and it's usually a result of a broken driver , but i just want to make sure . Naturally the problem occurs on more than one playback device . Also one curious thing is that i own 2 other pairs of headphones (really cheap ones that tend to broke) that have the same exact issue . I was wondering if it may be my PCs fault (that's probably pretty unlikely but i'm not an audio person) , also the sennheisers and one cheap pair broke before i got my asus xonar dg sound card (don't ask why i just have it ) the other one broke after that . 

post #2 of 4

Too much volume can blow any headphone--and the HD 518 is fairly efficient.  Beyond that we will be just guessing because there is not much else you provided to go on.

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I don't think it was volume that broke sennheisers since without an amp they often didn't sound loud enough . My guess is that they all broke for difftent reasons . One pair broke because it's crap the other  crappy pair broke because i blow them with an amp and sennheisers most likely broke because i dropped them in a way that damaged the driver . As for the information i don't know what kinda information you need .

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I don't think that anyone can give you much more.

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