No matter how durable earbuds you buy or the brand you choose, they are small and prone to damages. Most commonly the cables weaken and break overtime. Sometimes, the audio jack malfunctions and very often the earplugs suffer wear and tear. No brainer; it’s in human nature to throw a product in the bin when it’s not working anymore, so are the poor little earbuds.
On average, the earphones on the very low-end costs around $5 and some premium ones come under $50 and some above $100. But if you throw them away every time an issue occurs, you’ll be losing too much of your money each year.
Here are some of the most common damages that earbuds suffer.
- Audio Jack Failure: Plugging-in and out your audio jack with force can result in a broken wire or damaged jack.
- Torn Earplugs: The foam tips on your earbuds, if not taken care of, will eventually tear that can even damage your earcanal.
- Broken Cords: The most common damage earphones face. Majority of the people end up breaking the cord in an attempt to untangle it.
Well, here are some tips on fixing your earbuds.
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