The first iteration of Studio Beats headphones were manufactured by Monster in 2008. They are available in a large variety of colors. Screwdrivers, plastic opening tools, and possibly a soldering kit may be required for repair of this device.

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My Studio Beats Do Not Make Any Sound!

My studio beats worked just fine yesterday but, earlier today the sound came on and off repeatedly and now they don't play any sound at all!! Please Help!

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My son has a pair of Monster Beats (MN: 190003-00) which you could only hear faint sound even after changing batters. Batters are new, have a charge and are in correctly (+/-). The problem seemed to be the battery contacts on -'ve side of battery.

The fix was for me to take small needle nose plyers and gently pull negative contact spring out, which resolved the battery loose contact and they are functional again.

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i have a pair of stuido beats that wont charge beyond to 2 bar on the charger scalestay flashing when i unplug all leads and have no sound

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Oscar, another possible solution is replacing the batteries. Unlike some headphones, Beats Studios will not work without batteries. You can access the battery housing by twisting the circular piece of plastic with the Beats logo that is on the side of the headphones with the audio cable jack. The plastic cover should turn a little and then fall off easily. This guide walks you through what I just explained: Beats Studio First Generation Batteries Replacement.

Hope that helps!

If the replacing the batteries does not fix the problem, I would recommend looking through this troubleshooting page: Troubleshooting Beats Studio First Generation

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Nice guide, good work.

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I can't seem to open the batteries door area

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Oscar, the very first thing you want to try is a different device. That will ensure that it is your headphones that are failing. After that, plug the headphones in and try to bend the wire near the connector in a couple of different directions. Should you hear a scratching sound or should the sound return, you will have to replace the plug. If that does not work. you will have to get to the driver (speaker)and check the wiring from the connector to the driver (speaker) to see if there is a break in the wiring. Uncommon for the wiring to fail on both speakers, most likely a bad plug. Not complicated, but can be tedious.

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I've tried everything. They just don't want to work anymore.

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hallelujah!!!!! thank you!!!

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