Razer Hammerhead Pro mesh cover replacement?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by liljuny, Feb 25, 2016.

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  1. liljuny

    liljuny New Member

    Hi,

    Just this morning I noticed that the mesh cover on one of the buds of my Hammerhead Pro was missing... I was wondering if anyone else here had this and if they were able to find a replacement and fix it?

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    I was thinking to get very fine wire mesh sheet from ebay (something like this, super fine mesh with mesh count of 200)
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Stainless...hash=item19f5100294:m:mYC_uu5wgtWvoNT7n0koHpQ
    and just cutting out a circle so it fits...

    Any advice would be great since they still work fine and I don't feel like shelling out a lot of money for another pair..!

    Thx!
     
  2. Lafar

    Lafar Well-Known Member

    If it's within warranty, you could try contacting Razer Support.

    I'd probably caution against trying to do mesh yourself. It could move around, dislodge itself, and either damage the speaker, or fall into your ear...

    I'd recommend getting a new pair of eartips, such as these. They have a "wax guard" on them, essentially acting as a mesh.
     
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  3. liljuny

    liljuny New Member

    @Lafar Thanks so much for the tip! :)
     
  4. ItsPixelz

    ItsPixelz Member

    I wouldn't recommend to replace the mesh, I don't think you would like to damage your earbuds, like Lafar said, those eartips he recommended are the way to go.
     
  5. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    I had the same problem and I ignored it. That was mistake. Anyway, glue in Hammerhead is weak, one day whole earphone just broke apart. Contact support ASAP and send them on warranty ;)
     
  6. liljuny

    liljuny New Member

    @Active13245 I think my warranty is expired.. and it was a gift so have no proof of purchase :slightly_sad:
     
  7. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    You have to make sure that they are always clean, and try to carry them with their pouch. If something gets into earphone it could destroy it. Mine just stopped working because of that.
     
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  8. liljuny

    liljuny New Member

    @Active13245 thanks for the tip will make sure to bring the pouch out with me from now on. As a temp solution I have used clingfilm to cover the whole and its held on by the silicone tip. Doesn't interfere with sound and keeps anything from getting inside.
     
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  9. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    That's a good idea! ;)
     
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