20 Most Recent Sennheiser HD 202 Consumer Headphones Questions & Answers

The most common caused of this symptom is the bad solder joints in the speaker of the affected parts. If you can take it apart check if one of the wire has it then resolder.

Another is the open internal wire in the cable of the headseat. You may confirm it using a continuity check with a multimeter. Place the earphone to your ear, upon testing the end of the headset plug you will hear a scratching sound...
To confirm where the fault came from insert another headset to your unit. If the symptom does not appear in the new headset, above was a caused of the symptoms.
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Sennheiser HD... | Answered on Jun 29, 2011

Poor connection to the source most likely.

See if seating or manipulating the connector affects it either way.

Next would be the cable itself. Again, manipulate it while listening.

Sennheiser HD... | Answered on Feb 07, 2011

The fault is in the cable: you will have to dismantle the left speaker housing and start cutting from the cable until the break is removed then solder it back to the speaker - use an multimeter to check the continuity of the wires.

Sennheiser HD... | Answered on Oct 10, 2010

It's a common problem for the headphones: internal cut of the wire, usually near the end, either at the headphones' end, or at the 3.5mm or 6.3mm jack end. Some headphones have detachable cable (can be easily disconected from headphones side) so it's easy to replace it. In your case (HD202) I think it's not detachable, so you have to get them at a technician or at the service center in order to replace the cable or cut and recconnect it a little bit after the cutting point.

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Sennheiser HD... | Answered on May 30, 2010

Most faults in headphones are caused by either a broken cable or a faulty plug. Try moving the cable or plug around in various places to see if it come back on, look for wear or a break too! If you find it you will have to replace the plug or cable. The only other cause is a faulty speaker, but they are not common.

Sennheiser HD... | Answered on Nov 10, 2009

Try this link:http://www.metacafe.com/watch/1045725/how_to_solder_how_to_repair_headphones/

Sennheiser HD... | Answered on Oct 28, 2009

Hello Timothy, the microphone has a 3.5 mm connector, which has a thread, you must unscrew this thread and you should be able to exit
Discuss the type of connector you have
I hope you can solve the problem
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Timothy, el microfono tiene un conector de 3,5 mm, que tiene una rosca , debes desenroscar esta rosca y tendria que poder salir
Comenta el tipo de conector tiene
Espero puedas resolver el problema
Saludos Franco Dosil

Sennheiser Audio... | Answered on Jun 21, 2019

Hi David, comment that cables are wrong in the transmitter, to try to find the best possible solution
I wait your answer
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola David, comenta que cables estan mal en el transmisor, para tratar de encontrar la mejor solucion posible
Espero tu respuesta
Saludos Franco Dosil

Sennheiser Audio... | Answered on Jun 07, 2019

Hello Mike, your LG TV, does not have a headphone output, it only has optical fiber audio output
the options that I suggest are,
1) Connect the optical fiber output of the LG, to an AV receiver, that has said input and place the headphones in this equipment,
2) Buy an optical fiber to audio converter by RCA L and R and this is connected to a headphone amplifier
I send you links to the products that are sold in my country
I hope you solve your concern
Greetings Franco Dosil
This is the headphone amplifier
This is the optical fiber to audio converter by RCA L and R

Hola Mike, tu TV LG, no cuenta con salida de auriculares, solamente tiene salida de audio por fibra ?ptica
las opciones que te sugiero son,
1) Conectar la salida de fibra ?ptica del LG, a un receptor AV, que cuente con dicha entrada y colocar los auriculares en este equipo,
2) Comprar un conversor de fibra ?ptica a audio por RCA L y R y este conectarlo a un amplificador para auriculares
Te env?o links de los productos que se venden en mi pa?s
Espero logres resolver tu inquietud
Saludos Franco Dosil
este es el amplificador de auriculares
Este es el conversor de fibra ?ptica a audio por RCA L y R

This is the headphone amplifier
Este es el amplificador de auriculares

This is the fiber optic to analog audio converter
Este es el conversor de fibra ?ptica a audio por RCA L y R

Sennheiser Audio... | Answered on May 01, 2019

Hi Edgar, it is important that the receiver works, because there is a dialogue between the transmitter and the receiver to confirm that they are on the same frequency, that is why the transmitter is blinking, you should repair the receiver and look for the frequency or channel that the transmitter is found and it will stop flashing

Hola Edgar, es importante que el receptor funcione, porque hay un dialogo entre el transmisor y el receptor para confirmar que est?n en la misma frecuencia, por eso es que el transmisor esta titilando, deber?as reparar el receptor y as? buscar la frecuencia o canal que se encuentra el transmisor y este dejara de titilar

Sennheiser Audio... | Answered on Apr 15, 2019

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