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Old 09-19-2010, 06:36 PM
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Unhappy I think my JVC Flats are dying

A while ago I bought myself a pair of JVC Flats. I was looking for a new pair of headphones which were not IEM's, were good at blocking out noise, comfortable, and had good SQ. These JVC Flats are nearly perfect. They work perfectly with my Rockboxed Fuze and the SQ is great, are very comfortable and are good at blocking out noise, another plus is their price. However, a couple of days ago I noticed that the left side was significantly quieter than the right. My dad had pointed this out to me before when I let him give them a try, but I didn't pay any attention to it because he was listening to an audiobook and that wasn't really a good way to test it out. With whatever music I listen to, the left side is significantly quieter. I did a test to confirm this by simply switching the headphones around and having the right side on my left ear and the left side on my right ear, same results. I am very disappointed about this, they really are great headphones and I really don't want to have to get yet another pair of headphones. Has anybody else experienced this before? I don't know what to do about this yet. Should I just buy another pair or look into something else? I really do love these headphones and I wish they hadn't started dying so quickly after I got them.
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