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A problem with my earphones AGAIN.

Gat Pelsinger

By this time, I think I am pretty sure to believe that I was cursed to earphones by birth. All of them keep dying so fast and I have to keep moving on onto new earphones so frequently. This time, I am using wireless earphones by Boat. It is a Boat Rockerz 238. It was working fine for all long until just now when I was playing some Valorant, I suddenly noticed that my left earphone has stopped sending audio, and only the right is working. I got worried again and in between my super important competitive match, I started doing a combination of switching the earphones on and off, enabling/disabling Bluetooth, restarting the driver, switching between earphones and headset mode, and stuff. One thing that I can say is that my left earphone isn't dead. Sometimes when I am switching off the headset, I in fact get audio from my left earphone. There is some problem with the software I guess, but how did this happen I have no idea. Any help would be nice as I cannot live having audio on one ear only, it sucks.

Microsoft owns my soul.

 

Also, Dell is evil, but HP kinda nice.

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Seems like typical super cheap bt earphone issues where it's actually sorta dead since it has a bad connection.

 

I'd just get some not super cheap stuff that lasts forever and call it a day.

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@jaslion But as I said, I sometimes do get audio when like I am powering it off. Seams like a software issue to me but idk how this has happened.

Microsoft owns my soul.

 

Also, Dell is evil, but HP kinda nice.

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3 minutes ago, Gat Pelsinger said:

@jaslion But as I said, I sometimes do get audio when like I am powering it off. Seams like a software issue to me but idk how this has happened.

Probably just a bad contact for the audio stream then as power on power off is usually a baked in sound on the bt chipset.

 

Not much to do but send it back

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