For many, if they were about to break their headphones or to have some kind of shortage then, they would consider it no big deal at all. While no one likes to be without their headphones, spending $15 or $20 on a pair of headphones is no big deal for most people. Heck, it’s what they spend on a few cups of coffee at their local café each week, so spending it on new headphones that will last them a few months or more seems like no big deal at all.
However, not everyone goes the thriftier route with their headphones. Some spend a significant amount of money, in the hundreds of dollars, to get the best quality headphones that they can get. While several of these models come with extended warranties, not all of them do, and not all of them cover every kind of break or damage that can occur. What this means is that if your headset is broken, you may simply be out of luck.
That’s not an easy pill to swallow for many people, and understandably so. If you spent $300 on your headphones you don’t just toss them aside; you fix them!
The problem is that many places you go to may charge you $200 or more to fix your headphones. This as an expense that you may not need to pay if you did a little homework on your own first. If your headphones are broken, here are some things you know how to fix your headphones.
Here are some resourceful quick fix guide that you might want to read:
1. Bose Headphone Repair
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3 Simple Ways to Fix Your Headphones
Fixing headphones by your self is not that easy since it needs some technical knowledge and experience. Along so we also know that letting it be fixed from the manufacturer store is also expensive it will range from 100$ to 200$ which is not ideal when you just bought your new headset. That is why we have listed some informative guide on helping you to solve your issue with your busted headphone. If you find that anything is not what you expected do let us know by the comments below!
Step 1: Assess the Problem
The first place to begin is by figuring out exactly what is going on with the headphones themselves. There is no sense on trying to figure out how to fix broken headphones if you don’t exactly know what’s going on. You don’t need to start tearing apart the earpieces if the problem is that the cord is damaged in some way or another.
Step 2: If its a cable problem
if you find that it is a problem with the cable itself, this can often be repaired by simply applying electrical tape securely fastened around the cable itself. If it is where it connects into the jack, then make sure that the tape not only grips all around the cable area, but also onto the jack itself. The entire area should be securely covered and taped so that there is minimal to no chance of it dislodging again. The same is true if you have a problem where the cable connection to the earpiece.
Step 3: If it is Something More Serious
If you have checked the cabling and found that that is not the issue, then the problem is most often associated with the earpieces itself. This occurs because the speaker has become broken or there is just a complete short out of the speaker.