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Old 10-04-2018, 09:39 PM
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Default Corsair hs70 left ear cup problem

It seems like something came loose on my left ear cup on my corsair Hs70 headset. every time i press down on it it does this clicking noise and sounds ok but once i take my hand off of it it starts to sound really quiet. Anyone have any solutions to this?
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Old 10-05-2018, 06:33 PM
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strange...this is only prevalent on the left ear cup? Have you try flashing the firmware on this headset?

It could be a hardware issue which will need to be replaced. Open a ticket with us in case. Here's out support site.
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Default Same probleme here!!!

Yes so in my left hear when i press on the cup there is something that is loose... its like i can hear a kind of plastic that is loose and also something afect the bass when i put the volume a little louder... i can hear that something is broken... i neever droped or did anything wrong with my headset... can some1 help with a way to fix this .. thx
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