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Can this be repaired?

Entrainers

10 months ago

So I've had a pair of Samsung Level On headphones since 2016, The body has been damaged for a while all over; The padding on both ears is held on with tape, on the left the main headphone body is detached from the part holds the speaker (the wire still passes through and they're taped together), the body is also beginning to fall off on the right. The aux cord plugs into the right side, and, as of today, there is no audio in the left side. (Note: I haven't tried a different aux cord, the exposed wire on the left doesn't appear to be damaged in any way)

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  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

You are probably better off just getting a new set of headphones. How did they get so beat up?

  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

(sorry for taking so long to reply) Basically because of being left plugged in to my computer and repeatedly hitting the ground as a result of my dogs going near my desk and knocking the wire down

  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

In that case you might want to research and budget for a set of wireless headphones. That way you can put them up away from the dogs.

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