oh great and the right wire just ripped out of the solder too
i need new headphones yayyyyyy hahahaha kill me
@null i just went ahead and ripped everything out and i wish i had soldering equipment and wires to redo the whole thing properly
@null there's cabling inside the headband which means if you want to replace the little swively part if it breaks (and it did break for me, it's fragile), you have to replace the entire headband :-) and they're out of the bl because it's a limited edition :-))
@null i'm thinking i either have to splice new cables or try and disassemble further and just run new wiring through the headband? idk
@null yeahhhh this is all thats left of it
idk how to disassemble the swively bit yet though
@null i tried superglue before which i think is what long-term killed it bc no more flex in the wire
the two small bottom screws are out but idk how to proceed, the top screws all remove the front plates so those were easy
@null RIP to the pleather headband that peeled off and i ended up dyeing brown with shoe polish .-.
@null at least black looks kinda cool idk i have a chance to use a better headband at least if i ever get around to fixing it
@null brown/copper accents were kinda nice but eh
and yeah i guess i could just keep the drivers in the worst-case scenario
@null the "hidden" ones are the ones i was talking about, they let me slightly pop open the casing but i dont wanna break anything
@null it's a discrete part and i think it's just fitted snugly into the part above but i dont wanna twist it lol
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