The main flex on the SR60is is playing up. Everytime you wiggle the lead at the jack end one channel goes off. I've tried it on the PC and Leema and the result is the same.
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I would imagine so. I will flag this thread up to Grado's UK distributor, whom i'm sure will confirm
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Good Morning PP,
I'm sorry to learn to hear you've got a problem with a pair of Grado headphones. They can certainly be sorted out by our service department. Normally this would be done via the dealer you purchased them from. If you wish to send them directly back to us, please email my colleagues: firstname.lastname@example.org who will send you details about how to do this.
Steve Reichert - PR Manager, Armour Home (Grado)
Steve Reichert - PR Manager, Armour Home
If the warranty is out of date and the problem is at the jack end, it's pretty simple to cut off the jack and solder a new one on the end. Almost certainly cheaper than a distributor repair, even if you have to buy a soldering iron, as you can get one for less than a fiver!
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I'll contact Richer Sounds as they should be still be in warranty. If I hit any problems I'll contact your dept.
Thanks again, pp
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