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Titel:

How to fix 'static' noise on Bose QC20i Noise Cancelling Headphones?

Text:

I have a pair of Bose QC20i noise cancellation headphones. When they were new, I could turn on the noise cancellation switch without the jack being plugged in, and they worked fine.

Now, they produce a noticeable feedback sound when not plugged in. This can be altered by touching the tip of the headphone jack.

When plugged in, the feedback goes away, but they produce a hissing sound in the left ear.  Sometimes this hissing replaces the feedback sound mentioned above.

However, when music is turned on, even at a level which is inaudible to me, they seem to work fine.

I bought them new only a few months ago, but the purchase was on ebay so Bose tells me they will not honor the warranty.

Does this sound like something I could try to fix myself?

Any hints on troubleshooting would be appreciated.

Gerät:

In-Ear Headphone

Status:

open

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Bearbeitet von: originalmachead ,

Titel:

How to fix 'static' noise on Bose QC20i Noise Cancelling Headphones?

Text:

I have a pair of Bose QC20i noise cancellation headphones. When they were new, I could turn on the noise cancellation switch without the jack being plugged in, and they worked fine.

Now, they produce a noticeable feedback sound when not plugged in. This can be altered by touching the tip of the headphone jack.

When plugged in, the feedback goes away, but they produce a hissing sound in the left ear.  Sometimes this hissing replaces the feedback sound mentioned above.

However, when music is turned on, even at a level which is inaudible to me, they seem to work fine.

I bought them new only a few months ago, but the purchase was on ebay so Bose tells me they will not honor the warranty.

Does this sound like something I could try to fix myself?

Any hints on troubleshooting would be appreciated.

Gerät:

In-Ear Headphone

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Walter Galan ,

Titel:

How to fix 'static' noise in left earpiece when noise cancellation on Bose QC20i Noise Cancelling Headphones?
How to fix 'static' noise in left earpiece when noise cancellation on Bose QC20i Noise Cancelling Headphones?

Text:

I have a pair of Bose QC20i noise cancellation headphones. When they were new, I could turn on the noise cancellation switch without the jack being plugged in, and they worked fine.

Now, they produce a noticeable feedback sound when not plugged in. This can be altered by touching the tip of the headphone jack.

When plugged in, the feedback goes away, but they produce a hissing sound in the left ear.  Sometimes this hissing replaces the feedback sound mentioned above.

However, when music is turned on, even at a level which is inaudible to me, they seem to work fine.

I bought them new only a few months ago, but the purchase was on ebay so Bose tells me they will not honor the warranty.

Does this sound like something I could try to fix myself?

Any hints on troubleshooting would be appreciated.

Gerät:

Bose QC20i Noise Cancelling HeadphonesIn-Ear Headphone
Bose QC20i Noise Cancelling HeadphonesIn-Ear Headphone

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: JoeB ,

Titel:

How to fix 'static' noise in left earpiece when noise cancellation on

Text:

I have a pair of Bose QC20i noise cancellation headphones. When they were new, I could turn on the noise cancellation switch without the jack being plugged in, and they worked fine.

Now, they produce a noticeable feedback sound when not plugged in. This can be altered by touching the tip of the headphone jack.

When plugged in, the feedback goes away, but they produce a hissing sound in the left ear.  Sometimes this hissing replaces the feedback sound mentioned above.

However, when music is turned on, even at a level which is inaudible to me, they seem to work fine.

I bought them new only a few months ago, but the purchase was on ebay so Bose tells me they will not honor the warranty.

Does this sound like something I could try to fix myself?

Any hints on troubleshooting would be appreciated.

Gerät:

Bose QC20i Noise Cancelling Headphones

Status:

open