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Platronics Couter-Strike Headphones

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TheNewGuy

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Hello All,
I'm new to the forum and this is my first post. I'm very interested in Robotics and Electrical Engineering. So I decided to join the forum hoping to learn alot and get advice on projects and ect.

Right now, I'm repairing a set of headphones that broke. Only the left side will play sound, and the right side stopped giving sound. Below the headphones are this volume/mute control. The mute does not work, so I started there. Below that is the digital signal processing unit.

The headphones connect via USB, I tried wiggling all the wires but to no avail.

Any advice on what I should do next would be appreciated.

Thanks in Advance,
-TheNewGuy
 

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TheNewGuy

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FIXED IT!!!!

I was looking in the wrong place. It was a wire that had come loose. But if you wiggle the wire I think it's going to come loose again. My soldering isn't very good.

:p

I was looking at the volume controller, instead the loose wire was located at the DSP box below it.
 
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