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Use this guide to access the headphone jack and check soldered connections. I you are planning to follow this replacement guide, you should have identified the headphone jack as a source of a problem (or maybe you just want to see the guts of your Beats Studios).

  1. Using the T5 Torx screwdriver, remove the black screws on both sides of the outside of the headband.
    • Using the T5 Torx screwdriver, remove the black screws on both sides of the outside of the headband.

    • 4 (2 per side) Torx type T5, 3.5mm long screws.

    not necessary !!

    John Coops - Responder

  2. Use the plastic opening tool to gently pry the black plastic hinge piece directly away from the headband as shown. Use the plastic opening tool to gently pry the black plastic hinge piece directly away from the headband as shown.
    • Use the plastic opening tool to gently pry the black plastic hinge piece directly away from the headband as shown.

    not necessary !!

    John Coops - Responder

  3. Remove the small metal hinges from their housings. There are a total of 4 hinges, two per side of the headphones.
    • Remove the small metal hinges from their housings. There are a total of 4 hinges, two per side of the headphones.

    • The hinge pins may slide out upon removal of the black hinge piece from the previous step. Be careful not to lose the hinge pins.

    i need to buy one hinge pin for my beats by dre 1.0 studio

    mrfuentescisneros - Responder

    This is DEFINITELY NOT necessary !

    John Coops - Responder

  4. Using a T5 Torx screwdriver, remove the silver screws from the silver segment of the headband.
    • Using a T5 Torx screwdriver, remove the silver screws from the silver segment of the headband.

    • 4 (2 per side) Torx type T5, 4.0mm long screws.

    This step is DEFINITELY NOT necessary !

    John Coops - Responder

  5. Using the plastic opening tool, gently pry the headband cushion directly away from the plastic portion of the headband as shown. Pry the plastic portion a small amount and then move the opening tool sideways along on the headband. Repeat on both sides until the cushion separates from the top plastic part of the headband. Using the plastic opening tool, gently pry the headband cushion directly away from the plastic portion of the headband as shown. Pry the plastic portion a small amount and then move the opening tool sideways along on the headband. Repeat on both sides until the cushion separates from the top plastic part of the headband. Using the plastic opening tool, gently pry the headband cushion directly away from the plastic portion of the headband as shown. Pry the plastic portion a small amount and then move the opening tool sideways along on the headband. Repeat on both sides until the cushion separates from the top plastic part of the headband.
    • Using the plastic opening tool, gently pry the headband cushion directly away from the plastic portion of the headband as shown. Pry the plastic portion a small amount and then move the opening tool sideways along on the headband. Repeat on both sides until the cushion separates from the top plastic part of the headband.

    This step is DEFINITELY NOT necessary !

    John Coops - Responder

  6. Carefully remove the metal band from each of the hinge housings on each side. These should come off quite easily, provided that you have removed the hinges as instructed in step 3. Congratulations, you have completely removed the headband! This will allow for ease of accessibility to the speakers should you choose to delve further into the depths of your headphones.
    • Carefully remove the metal band from each of the hinge housings on each side. These should come off quite easily, provided that you have removed the hinges as instructed in step 3.

    • Congratulations, you have completely removed the headband! This will allow for ease of accessibility to the speakers should you choose to delve further into the depths of your headphones.

    • The black wire connecting the two speakers is somewhat fragile! Check that it isn't frayed. If it is frayed, consider repairing it with some electrical tape, splicing it, or replacing it.

    This step is DEFINITELY NOT necessary !

    John Coops - Responder

  7. Pinch the ear cushion between your thumb and forefinger. Be very careful when pulling off the ear cushion, as the material holding the cushion onto the plastic ring can rip easily. Carefully pull the cushion directly away from the earpiece.
    • Pinch the ear cushion between your thumb and forefinger.

    • Be very careful when pulling off the ear cushion, as the material holding the cushion onto the plastic ring can rip easily.

    • Carefully pull the cushion directly away from the earpiece.

    • The cushion will have a thin piece of foam inside of it that may fall out upon removal. Make sure to save this for reassembly.

    • Repeat for the other ear cushion.

  8. Use the plastic opening tool to remove the black ring from the speaker. This will allow you to access the screws on the metal ring. Congratulations, you now have access to the rest of the speaker! For reassembly, the black ring cannot snap back into the speaker the way it was disassembled.  It must first go inside the black lip of the ear   cushion. The black lip is located on the back side of the ear cushion. Please refer to the last two pictures on this step.
    • Use the plastic opening tool to remove the black ring from the speaker. This will allow you to access the screws on the metal ring.

    • Congratulations, you now have access to the rest of the speaker!

    • For reassembly, the black ring cannot snap back into the speaker the way it was disassembled. It must first go inside the black lip of the ear cushion. The black lip is located on the back side of the ear cushion. Please refer to the last two pictures on this step.

    • The black lip is located on the back side of the ear cushion.

    Hi does this work for the beats studio wireless?

    Jack - Responder

    I bought the parts two (2) ear cushions and a head band replacement on eBay for about $10 USD

    the process described here works well if the ear pad is old and you do not mind destroying the old one to gain access - however you will destroy the ear cushion pad assembly to separate it from the headphones - so be prepared to buy replacement cushion assemblies - when you disassemble you cannot re-install the original cushions

    the disassembly process tears the plastic cover that goes around the ear cushion plastic ring

    Legacy Finance Group - Responder

  9. Use a 00 Phillips head scewdriver to remove the screws holding down the metal ring.
    • Use a 00 Phillips head scewdriver to remove the screws holding down the metal ring.

    • Set aside the metal ring.

    • 7 Phillips type 00, 3.9mm long screws.

    This step is DEFINITELY NOT necessary !

    John Coops - Responder

  10. Using the 0 Phillips head screwdriver, remove the 3 screws holding down the red speaker assembly.
    • Using the 0 Phillips head screwdriver, remove the 3 screws holding down the red speaker assembly.

    • 3 Phillips type 0, 8.0mm long screws.

  11. Use the 00 screwdriver to remove the screw holding down the headphone jack PCB board.
    • Use the 00 screwdriver to remove the screw holding down the headphone jack PCB board.

    • 1 Phillips type 00, 5.0mm long screw.

  12. Use a plastic opening tool to gently pry the headphone jack and board up and out as shown. Inspect the wires and ensure that they are all appropriately attached and not shorted or frayed.
    • Use a plastic opening tool to gently pry the headphone jack and board up and out as shown.

    • Inspect the wires and ensure that they are all appropriately attached and not shorted or frayed.

    • If necessary, the board can be de-soldered and replaced with a new jack and board assembly.

    i have disconnected 8 wires mistakenly, 4 left speakers and mic, 2power cable and 2 wires from right side, how can i attracted them? please help to get the diagram.

    tushar_rocks08 - Responder

    It said replacing the headphone jack. You should have said replacing the female jack. I have a pair of beats audio headphones but they have a male plug at the end . Not a female at the headphones. But my scull candy headphones do. And I have had to repair the jack. But never had to take them apart like your showing

    Nancy - Responder

    All of this person’s guides are stupid. Only steps 7 8 10 11 and 12 are required. Steps 1-6 are totally unnecessary, and there is absolutely NO need to remove the metal ring in step 9.

    John Coops - Responder

Conclusão

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

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Hi!

Could you please tell me where to get a replacement for the headphone jack (and board assembly)? I cannot find it anywhere.

Thanks a lot!!

Simon - Responder

These instructions are ridiculously over complicated! You can completely skip steps 1-6. You can also skip step 9 (no need to remove the metal ring). On my son's set the soldering job was sloppy and the wires had shorted causing the left side to stop working. I very gently lifted, separated, bent and repositioned the wires and it worked. But what you should actually do if you have ANY sense is to not buy this pile of overpriced plastic crap to begin with. My 30 yr old Sony MDR-V600's sound better, dont need batteries, and aren't falling apart.

alpinchisholm - Responder

Totally agreed. This person’s guides all show the unnecessary steps 1-6 and 9 which are definitely not needed.

John Coops -

Me gustaría que me proporcionarán el diagrama o como van conectados los cables ya que se me de soltaron y no se como van gracias

tripleseven13 - Responder

Where I can find pinouts for headphone jack and motherboard? I have 3 wires teared off the jack pcb.

And I have different wire colors. The one on top (step 12) is gold-red and yours is green.

Thanks.

A Sh - Responder

beats by dr. dre cable contain plz

murad ali - Responder

Hello!

Any one knows where I can buy this kind of cable?

Thanks

gonzaloefl - Responder

I have Beats Studio 3. Will be thankful if someone helps in wiring diagram with colors. I searched a lot but couldn't find it.

Regards

Dilbar Khan - Responder

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