Your best chances of repair are if you contact Sony and ask them.
If This problem is only happening when you use the headphones on one device such as an iPod, the circuit in the device may be damaged. I won't get too involved into how to fix this, though.
But if Sony won't help, your warranty is out on them, your device you are using if not the problem, and you need them badly, I may have a fix:
Open up the earphone that is malfunctioning
check the solder connections that connect the wire to the speaker
if they connections are loose, you have two options:
buy new headphones
If you can solder, Connect and solder the correct leads to the corresponding places.
If the solder connections are fine, check and see if the wire is frayed or damaged anywhere.
If it is, you have two options:
buy new headphones
salvage an old headphone's speaker wire from somewhere else and try to remove the old wire and use the salvaged one to replace it. (this will require that you are quite good at soldering.).
If only a small part is damaged, try and use a smallpiece of the salvaged wire and splice it into the old wire. If the wire is very small, I recommend that you just buy a new pair of headphones.
if you can find out if the speaker is blown out or has ripped itself, you can try this trick I learned in MAKE magazine:
Get a bottle of rubber cement
very very very carefully apply a few thin layers of rubber cement to the ripped or torn area. You might wait for the glue to dry and then reapply. Make sure that if you do do this, you do not over do the rubber cement. Otherwise, the speaker will just sit there and be "frozen".
If you have access to an oscilloscope and know how to use one, you might try to probe around in the circuit and see if you can find interference anywhere that is causing the problem.
right--main music/beat left--base chorus. For iphone/pod/touch, you can change this in a setting called the equalizer
to put headphones on your ears is to put the left side of headphones is put headphones away from your ears
On the top of the ipad on the left to were you turn the ipad on/off there's a hole for your headphones.see your ipad, you will find two small hole. usually they are in green and orange color. what you need to do is just plug your earphone into these two holes.
Determine with balance control if they look the same.
I left my headphones right here.
Let Joshua Leomo's family eat the whole thing
If you are deaf in your left, ear nothing can help you to get sound from your headphones there. It's over now.
There is a switch on the left-side of the phone above the volume rocker that is used to toggle the phone into silent mode. A neon orange dot can be seen in the switch when the phone is in silent mode.
To indicate which ear-piece feeds the left channel and which the right.
No it just means that in stereo the left sound will be in the right ear and the right sound in the left.
I got my ibeats a few days ago then after 4 days when I got it,the left part of the earphone doesn't give out sound. Please help me. Thank you
Any small ear bud will both work as headphones and a mic. To use them as a mic just plug them into the mic input and talk into the left bud.
Because she thinks in sign.
just buy some old school big black headphones, they have bteer sound anyway or, the headphones have an L for left and an R for right on the back. Make sure you're putting the left in your left ear, and so on. also, if you're earbuds have the little rubber things at the tip, just push really hard when you put them in your ears
they left more to the audience's imagination
A Bible and a green hornet earpiece (headphones transmitted)
I just checked mine out and found a button next to the left headphone plug. It seems the buttom will either let you use headphones or speakers but not both. Hope this helps.
Silent reflux is a type of acid reflux that does not produce indigestion or heartburn. It has no known cause but if left untreated, could possibly develop into esophageal cancer.
Because he wants to be left alone.
They left the band but Duran and Ben continued on as The Silent Scene.
Just push your headphones into the top left jack. It's a bit tough, but just push really hard.
In most mobiles the card is inserted into the left or right hand side , similar to where the headphones and charger are plugged in.
The left-ear speaker's made for your left ear(and vice-versa) so you can hear better. Stereo music is mixed with the intention that certain instruments will appear in different locations in the the stereo spread (somewhere between left and right). To accurately recreate the intentions of the music producer, you must put the headphones on for the intended ears. Orchestral music is recorded in stereo with a specific arrangement of instruments on the stage (violins on the left, for example). To recreate the sound as you would hear it from the audience, you must put the earphones on the correct ears.
Check out your Volume Control. The WAVE balance should be placed at the middle so that both sides of your earphones would work.