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[Thursday 16th April 2009 at 7:54 pm]

[Feeling |pissed offpissed off]

Today's discovery is that the left earphone in my current set has completely died. The earpiece itself is fine, and I've narrowed it down to a break in the left signal wire (which, since the plug is moulded, would probably cost me in parts as much to repair as a new pair of earphones).


Why must all my earphones break after a year?

Edit: ok, Murphy is definetely mocking me today. The first pair of earphones I hauled out of the dead pile actually work fine.
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[User Picture]From: pleaseremove
Thursday 16th April 2009 at 7:11 pm (UTC)
I have taken to adding hot melt glue to mine at all the weak points, like the in-line volume. I find they always go first so I am giving them on less reason.
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