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hi all, i've a speaker of an headphone sony that dont work anymore, have someone tried to repair it? Is it a doable thing? have u some schemes of the little speaker? and at the end, may I find in commerce a new speaker equal to mine?
my headphone is a sony mdr-32

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Huh? I don't understand!
 
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ok, english isnt my tongue........
an headphone has 2 speakers, isnt it?
left and right. in my headphone the right one doesnt work anymore, it dont give sound. I just wish to know if its possible to repair, to open it or better to buy a spare part of it, thats all.

I hope you can understand now


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Coyote it sounds like you may have to rewire the driver that isn't working or replace it if that doesn't help. I've never seen the insides of a mdr-32, in fact I've never even seen one before
but I would guesstimate that there are two wires that go into each driver in your headphones, and that if you open them up and re-solder the wires to the driver thats not working, that may solve your problem.
 
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thank u highfly,
first of all I've tried for a wire problem, but it isnt...
I tried to verify the solder contacts of the can, and they have line at the tester, then I solder wires to contacts and they have still line, when I plug the wire in the walkman the line go away suddenly....... I retry to solder contacts and it come back again, I plug the walkman and go away again..... maybe the little internal wire inside the can is damaged, but the question is: its possible to repair/substitute it?

p.s. spare parts arent available, the headphone was made in 1990.....

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cmon boys, didnt nobody ever tried to open a driver?
could someone gimme a link or somewhat to see how a driver is made?

help

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