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Old 04-13-2013, 12:07 PM
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Default Head phone repair bass problem

Hi,

I have a T-jays three IEM and it was really awesome until I had some sound disconnecting in the left ear bud.

so I opened it to repair it (there s no support in my country). when I was soldering the wires the magnet on the back got the soldering iron and the silver thing on the back of the magnet area burned and a hole appeared.

so now I know I should cover the hole to have a good sound. if I leave it uncovered its bass will be so unnormal and high. I tried to cover it with A tape but after it all the bass was gone (it was so hard). so how can I find the right thing to cover it?

this is a picture of it:
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Old 04-13-2013, 01:06 PM
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you could try gluing a piece of paper down over it, or possibly plastic. You will want to cut it small enough to fit over the white area and apply a small amount of glue. Don't use to much or it will go into the hole and possibly cause more problems.
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