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    I have a pair of Beats Solo 2s, and sometimes sound only plays in left ear cup (more often when I use them with my laptop than my phone). After a bit of hassle of turning the cord, unplug then plug again, it gets back to normal....but it's really disappointing. So, my question is when not in use, should you leave the cord in the headphones or unplug them? I used to unplug but now just leave in....
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    (Original post by OmarAli_O98)
    I have a pair of Beats Solo 2s, and sometimes sound only plays in left ear cup (more often when I use them with my laptop than my phone). After a bit of hassle of turning the cord, unplug then plug again, it gets back to normal....but it's really disappointing. So, my question is when not in use, should you leave the cord in the headphones or unplug them? I used to unplug but now just leave in....
    Just return them?

    I've had too many instances where I've thought "it's ok, I'll try and make it work" and then it just breaks more and more and you've run out of your return period and are ****ed
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    Just return them?

    I've had too many instances where I've thought "it's ok, I'll try and make it work" and then it just breaks more and more and you've run out of your return period and are ****ed
    Thing is literally right now, they sound normal with my phone and both of my brothers' laptops....it's only with my laptop that I have got this issue...so idk. Also, my return period is over already:sigh:
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    (Original post by OmarAli_O98)
    Thing is literally right now, they sound normal with my phone and both of my brothers' laptops....it's only with my laptop that I have got this issue...so idk. Also, my return period is over already:sigh:
    RMA periods (for faulty products) are longer than return periods, in case you didn't know

    Some are upwards of 1-2 years after purchase
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    (Original post by Architecture-er)
    RMA periods (for faulty products) are longer than return periods, in case you didn't know

    Some are upwards of 1-2 years after purchase
    I'm aware of that. Mine was 1 year and that is expired by now. Plus, they seem to work with EVERY single device in my house except my laptop....it's like a hit or miss with my laptop and malfunctions perhaps between once in a while with my phone
 
 
 
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