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How to fix headphone driver?

Laniakea
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So these are Sony XB950AP's and for a quite a long time, the distortion levels are really destroying the quality of the music (I hadn't have them before). This special one is present at the left earcup and it shows itself at below 33Hz frequencies. It really sounds like a tractor... I cleaned it the best way I could but no luck, haven't even spotted anything yet even.

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This is when the time has come to get new ones!

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1 hour ago, Constantin said:

This is when the time has come to get new ones!

ooh F...

But for real can I not fix this????? Hate to say this but I live in Turkey and economy is Fd up really they're expensive.

 

Okay I figured something out, some part of the diaphragm of the left earpiece is stuck to the bottom level when I compare it with the right earcup... How can I fix it? Is it planned obsolescence???

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Hello, the driver on the left side of my Sony xb950ap's coil is stuck to the magnet, or something, as you can see in the video. What should I do? I don't want to get a replacement part as that will cost so much and I fixed every inch of this headphone myself. Any ideas? I tried pushing a stick from the back of the magnet, in the hole :D After quite a pressure nothing happened and because I can puncture the diaphgramh I stopped it. Please help this is quite urgent, no one helped for days...

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