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Is it possible to repair a wireless

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by pan1k, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. pan1k

    pan1k Supporting Member

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    I dropped my sennheiser wireless receiver on the way to a gig. It still turns on, and antenna b recognizes my signal but its not outputting audio. Is it possible to repair? And what kind of service can repair it?
  2. JimmyM

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    Good question. Should ordinarily be reparable, but you should contact Sennheiser or visit their website to see who to contact.
  3. Gadgetjunky

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    I wonder if it's something with the input connector/cable. if unit is connecting to receiver, sounds fixable.
  4. pan1k

    pan1k Supporting Member

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    yeah i hope so. my roommate was helping me carry gear and it fell out of my bag onto pavement. lol
  5. James Judson

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    "Ain't nothing can't be fixed" Thats a quote directly from my dad. And he's right. Only thing left out is, sometimes it's cheaper to replace it. You have to weigh your options.

    Call Sennheiser.
  6. jovino

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    If it's not under warranty, and you are handy: open the box!

    It's likely that the solder connection to the output jack broke loose. If this is the case, then it's a really simple fix. :)
  7. Got2SadowskyNYC

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    If it's something simple like a loose wire, then yes.

    If it's something more complex the better question is "Is it worth fixing"? If it's out of warrentee probably not.
  8. pan1k

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    Thanks for all the. Advice. Coincidently, I got a soldering iron yesterday so I'm going to try to open it up.

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