Introduction

If your microphone does not work after troubleshooting with our guides it may need to be replaced. This guide will show the user how to remove a broken microphone and replace it with a new microphone.

Image 1/3: Use the Philips #00 head screwdriver to remove three screws around the speaker (9/32 in length, 1/8 inch head) Image 2/3: The housing will comes loose. Take note of position of the wires. Image 3/3: The housing will comes loose. Take note of position of the wires.
  • Use your fingers to peel off ear cushion by pinching and pulling off the leather.

  • Use the Philips #00 head screwdriver to remove three screws around the speaker (9/32 in length, 1/8 inch head)

  • The housing will comes loose. Take note of position of the wires.

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Image 1/1: You may need to pull the wire with the knot out of the way of the screw.
  • Remove the 9/32 inch screw with a Philips 2 screwdriver to gain access to microphone.

  • You may need to pull the wire with the knot out of the way of the screw.

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Image 1/1: Insert the new microphone and solder the wires into the correct positions.
  • Apply heat to the circled wires on the circuit board with a heat gun.

  • Insert the new microphone and solder the wires into the correct positions.

  • Pull the excess microphone wire back into the speaker housing.

  • Use the Philips #2 screwdriver to replace the screw and fix the microphone.

    • Hold the microphone neck so that it does no rotate when screwing.

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Image 1/3: Screw in the 3 screws with the 00 Philips head screwdriver. Image 2/3: Place the new cushion against speaker and wrap the leather around the plastic. Do this by working around the cushion to get all of the leather around the plastic. Image 3/3: Use the plastic opening tool to tuck excess leather inside the headset.
  • Position the speaker on the headset so that the screw holes line up. It should click into place.

  • Screw in the 3 screws with the 00 Philips head screwdriver.

  • Place the new cushion against speaker and wrap the leather around the plastic. Do this by working around the cushion to get all of the leather around the plastic.

  • Use the plastic opening tool to tuck excess leather inside the headset.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Where do we buy the mic?

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