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Old 05-18-2009, 03:22 AM
lycao lycao is offline
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Exact same thing is happening to me. I noticed it about two weeks ago, but I thought it was my left ear being odd (Had gone to a Very loud concert recently, so I wouldn't have been surprised =P). But I tried My 4 other pairs of headphones (I have a bit of a headphone fetish.... Shut up, don't judge me.) And all of them are the same. About 80-90% output in the left speaker.

Haven't slept on in as the original poster has. But I do have it in my pocket everyday, so it very easily could have been knocked around once or twice.

I plan on taking it back this coming Saturday (Bought it at a local Future shop. Though I don't know why, as I don't like Future shop =\). As I've only had it for approximately 2 months, it's easily still covered by the three year warranty (Extended warranty ftw).

The fact that this has happened more than once, leads me to believe this is a design problem, or quality problem with something inside the device. Which honestly makes me a little hesitant to get another one and not return it for the cash.

As this is the first time it's happened, I'll more then likely get it replaced/repaired. But if it happens again..... That'll probably be the last time I ever buy one. (Same thing happened with my old koss UR29 headphones. The connector broke twice, after all of a week of use each time, and after that they got chucked, and I haven't touched the brand since.)
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