Question: Why Do My Earphones Always Break?

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How do I stop my earphones from breaking?

To avoid breaking your headphones, pull the plug, not the cable, when removing them from an audio source. Additionally, wrap the cable up neatly when you’re not using them so it doesn’t get bunched up and wear away the connection.

Do earphones break easily?

Earphone drivers can break if the volume has been turned up too high. It’s a problem more common with on-ear and over-ear headphones but it’s possible with earphones, too. If the driver can’t handle the level of noise it’s being asked to process, then it breaks.

How long do earphones last?

The average of my earbuds longevity with daily use is about a year. They either break apart, or they just start malfunctioning in one side. The longest a pair of earphones has last me is about 3 years. And they still going strong.

Why do Apple earphones break so easily?

They break very easily

“When you buy a really nice pair of headphones, a really critical piece is the connectors, the jack that goes into your phone,” Taylor told HuffPost. “In Apple’s headphones, the connectors are not reinforced. If you’re in a rush and yank that cord, it’s very easy to damage the headphones.”

How do you fix earphones?

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How long do Apple earphones last?

around five hours