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Old 10-13-2009, 06:47 PM
Fzlue Fzlue is offline
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Default Fixing airflow in Skullcandy earbuds? Need Help

So I have a pair of Skullcandy Full metal jacket earbuds, cause I'm a bass addict... Their just about brand new (a week old)

Yesterday I put them in and the right ear felt weird, like the earbud was too small... but it felt just fine the day before. I looked at it a little bit and after some inspection I found that there was no air compression in the right earbud.

I know that skullcandy's intense bass sounds come from the vacuum they create in your ear, so they have to be airtight... but air easily flows through the right bud.

I had the idea that I might be able to put a thin layer of adhesive of some kind over the outside of the screen on the bud, so it would be airtight without the risk of touching the speaker itself... but I'm not too sure if that would work out right.

Is there another fix for this? I have yet to hear anyone else with this problem.
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