I have a friend who loves her Shure SE425 IEMs. She wears them all the time under her helmet when riding her Harley. She gone through a couple of pairs of replacement cables because of the stress encountered when putting on or removing her helmet while wearing these over-the-ear IEMs. Lately however, the connection to the IEM itself has gotten loose and now produces an intermittent buzzing noise due to the cable no longer having a tight connection (with minimal play) to the single post on this IEM. The connection is one that allows the cable to rotate on the IEM, a fundamental flaw in the design of this and other IEMs (IMHO).
Does anyone know or have experience with a company or reputable person who can open this IEM and replace the rotating cable connector found on the SE425 with a standard non-rotating '2 post" cable connection? She could just buy new SE425 IEMs but she really likes these and would have the same problem again over time with a new pair unless she bought differently.
Thanks in advance,