Vista: Right earbud sounds deeper than left.

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  • llan almendariz

    I have the same problem my rught earbud has a lower volume then the left one.

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  • JAMIE4901

    I'm having the same thing happen after 2hrs of run time

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  • Wonee Hong

    Looks like I am not only one. I’ve addressed this issue to my local JB Hi-Fi store and they said can’t do anything about it because I wore it and earbuds can’t be exchanged due to hygiene issues.

    Anyways, I realised the issue is caused by the difference in the air pressure of each side. One earbud might ‘air pop’ straight away which let’s out the air pressure, but one would be stuck sucked in without popping. And the one that has popped has a lighter sound almost like micro micro ambient sound leaking. So I’ve fixed it my self kinda and here’s the trick.
    It’s gross but it works lol.

    So the one that has a deeper sound blow in air pressure with your mouth or a machine to the earbud directly.
    The one that has the lighter sound, suck in the pressure in the ear bud as hard as you can to drag the components in tighter. Then what you do is plug in the ear buds deep enough in the ears and pop your ears (by sealing your nose with your fingers and pushing air into the head, then the eardrums pop). To be honest, before I saw this post I thought I was the only one too sensitive and looks like it’s a prevalent issue. Hope this helps to those few OCD people like me lol. Mine sounds slightly better now. Still missing a tiny tiny bit of the “left surround sound” of my left ear bud.

    PS Oh and try the ear pop method first before manipulating the gadget.

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  • Ryan Borax

    The thing is for me it’s only when I put the left bud in the case. This is also my second pair that does this

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  • Wonee Hong

    If that’s the case, I think that was addressed as a firmware bug in a different thread.

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  • Ryan Borax

    But my firmware is up to date.

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  • Wonee Hong

    Yeah, however, the current up-to-date firmware doesn’t mean it’s the perfect firmware. I guess you should return your buds and get an exchange. It’s an obvious faulty product.

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  • Wonee Hong

    I got great news for you if you are an iphone user. Go to setting accessibility and and scroll down to the option where you can balance your left and right stereo volume balance.(Android phones must have the features too) I’ve just figured it out googling how to balance ear buds loll it’s perfect now. I recommend Youtube “headphone test” and they give you 8D sound which helps you know the center of the sound. 

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  • Wonee Hong

    Ok this is the last method if you still got them. Change the EQ to flat settings. I realised the boosted EQ causes imbalance in mine. And after I turn back to flat settings I can finally feel the thump equally on each side.

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