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Old 01-16-2013, 06:40 AM
Nihon Nihon is offline
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Default 2000's Solid Amber Alert

Just took my 2000's out of the case and plugged them in for charging, after installing the drivers. The LED around the charging node turned solid amber, but the instruction book says it is supposed to be flashing, what gives?

I tried turning the power to the headphones on and off, but it didn't work. In fact once the headphones were turned on, the blue light refused to turn off until I pulled the dongle completely out.

I am now assuming they are discharging, but who knows how long that will take. Whatever happened to plug and play?

BTW these were a set I got for Christmas to replace the HS-1's I had for 6 months before their lack of shielding destroyed them, (in addition to the volume control breaking at nearly the same time) as I live in Japan and there is no grounding for the power plugs.

Here is a picture of this lovely pair, retired before ever really being employed:

[IMG]i49.tinypic.com/svo36v.jpg[/IMG]

They look so peaceful.
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Old 01-16-2013, 06:50 AM
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Let the headset discharge then fully recharge the headset.

If this has happened multiple time, i'd suggest you contact your seller and ask if they can replace the headset for you. If not, request an RMA.
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