5 Ways To Make Your Earphones Last Longer
When it comes to earphones, we all want a high-quality listening experience without sacrificing comfort & dependability. Over time, wear & tear can cause your earphones to lose sound in one ear, produce quieter sound or stop working entirely. Most of the time, these problems occur due to damaged wiring and connections inside the cable or dirt buildup in the earpieces. To make sure the earphones cords stay untangled and are always discoverable inside a bag, here are a few simple tricks to help you pack them the right way-
1.) Don’t leave earphones on the floor
Whatever earphone pair you have just make sure that you will wrap it properly to get away from tangle issue. Avoid tying the cables or putting any stress on them.
2.) Avoid contact with water.
Like all electronic devices, earphones and water don't mix. If they do get dunked, remove them from the water immediately, pour rubbing alcohol over them, and let them air dry for a few hours. This should allow you to recover from most minor water incidents.
3.) Avoid sleeping with your earphones on.
Besides the damage that it can cause your hearing, rolling over while you sleep can bend or snap your headphones.
4.) Get a case or protective bag for your earphones.
If you're taking your earphones out often, consider picking up a case or soft bag for them. You may be able to find a case for your specific earphones or get a generic case designed for many different earphones.
5.) Clean your earbuds.
They are in your ears all the time. Over time, ear debris can clog up the phones and mess with inner circuitry. Clean the buds often. You might need a needle to take out the contaminants. Do it. Another way of doing would be to run a slightly damp cotton ball around the edges and interiors of the buds.
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