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What does a headphone repair service include?

Airtasker’s headphone repair service covers repair for various headphone issues, such as headphone padding repair, headphone plug service, and multiple brands like Beats, Bose, and Sony. Though the specifics will depend on the Tasker you work with, here’s what you can expect from a typical headphone repair service on Airtasker:

Tools and equipment for headphone repair

Your Tasker arrives with a special headphones tool kit. This may include a precision utility knife, wire stripper, multimeter, and even a soldering iron. In some cases, they may even need a soldering station, so it’s best to prepare an area for your Tasker to work comfortably.  

It’s also worth mentioning that some headphone brands may have parts that are specific to them. So whether you’re looking for Beats, Bose, or Sony headphone repair, make sure your task post indicates your brand and model so that the Tasker can prepare the right tools before your appointment.

Headphone assessment and troubleshooting

Once the Tasker is ready, they’ll check your headphones as well as the device you’re using with them. This could be your computer, phone, or tablet. In some cases, it may be a problem with the computer’s audio system (which they may or may not be able to fix). They’ll identify what’s causing your headphone to go wonky, then proceed to the next step. 

Headphone repair

Your Tasker then repairs the malfunctioning parts of your headphones and replaces any parts that are beyond repair. This can include putting in new headphone padding, reconnecting and soldering broken wires, or replacing the plug. If your headphones are beyond fixing, they may recommend that you get a new device instead. 

In some cases, it may be more affordable to get a new pair instead of paying for a ton of replacement parts and labour. Feel free to ask your Tasker what they think of your headphones, and if salvaging them is still worth it. 

Headphone repair isn’t the only tech-related task we can help you with. On Airtasker, you can find specialists for various things, like laptop repair or even video editing. And if your computer troubles have caused a lot of downtime at work, you might consider outsourcing some of your business’ needs the next time you run into any tech problems.

Recent Headphone Repair tasks in Sydney

Headphone jack repair

$30

Glebe NSW, Australia

16th Jan 2024

New headphones Broken headphone jack - Due date: Before Friday, 19 January 2024

BOSE headphone Repairs

$40

Marrickville NSW, Australia

25th Nov 2023

I have some BOSE headphones I use them daily but for some reason they are now not working at all. It appears it charges but won’t play anything out. - Due date: Flexible

Fixing sony headphones

$100

Zetland NSW 2017, Australia

7th Sep 2023

Need Sony wh-1000xm3 headphones to be repaired. Possible water damage causing one side not to work. - Due date: Flexible

Sony who 100 headphone repair

$50

Camperdown NSW, Australia

15th Jun 2023

left earpiece is loose and has come out of the socket - Due date: Needs to be done on Friday, 16 June 2023

Sony headphones repair

$200

Eastlakes NSW 2018, Australia

13th May 2023

the left part of the headphones makes a screeching sound - Due date: Flexible

Sony headphone side cover slider repair

$50

Sydney NSW, Australia

30th Mar 2023

Broken side slider arm needs to be replaced. Area - Beecroft or Ultimo - Due date: Flexible

Headphone repair

$50

Mascot NSW 2020, Australia

25th Mar 2023

Accidentally dropped my bose headphone QC45 and now has no audio in left ear. Right ear didn't sound very good too - Due date: Flexible

Headphone Jack to be fixed

$40

Zetland NSW, Australia

8th Jan 2023

Jbl headphones Jack (screw) to be replaced , - Due date: Needs to be done on Sunday, 8 January 2023

Repair beats headphones

$40

Sydney NSW, Australia

18th Oct 2022

One earphone/speaker isnt working. it clicks in ocaisonally. Likely a loose wire. I’m on Pitt street in the cbd. - Due date: Flexible

Set up TV and soundbar and Bluetooth headphones

$300

Redfern NSW 2016, Australia

23rd Sep 2022

1) Set up TCL Smart TV in the bedroom (via antenna cable and WiFi if possible) and Chromecast function from iPhone. 2) Connect JBL soundbar to the TCL TV and iPhone via Bluetooth. 3) Connect DVD to TCL TV. 4) Connect Bose Soundbar and Bluetooth (Sony) headphones to Sony Bravia (55") OLED TV. 5) Install updated Foxtel set top box and connect to NAD amplifier and Bose wireless ceiling speakers. (May need a digital to analog decoder?) 6) Check whether wifi reception can extend to bedrooms in a split-level apartment (already have a wifi extender, which is ineffective). 7) conceal Sony OLED TV cabling in joinery. 8) connect the wireless Canon printer to Lenovo laptop.

Repair headphones

$40

Newtown NSW, Australia

14th Sep 2022

DT 770 Pros I walked past a door handle which caught the cable. Now one of the ears intermittently loses connection. - Due date: Before Saturday, 17 September 2022

Help to fix my headphones

$50

Botany NSW, Australia

30th Aug 2022

The right hinges is coming off from the headband. It is Beats headphone

Sennheiser over ear headphone repair

$60

Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia

24th Jun 2022

So basically the charging portal needs replacing (type c) . My charging cable became faulty and the other day when charging it started smoking out of the headphones. The cable got hot and burnt inside the charging hole slightly. Now they won’t charge - Due date: Needs to be done on Friday, 24 June 2022

Repair Sony WH1000XM3 headphones

$60

Newtown NSW 2042, Australia

30th Mar 2022

Left side slider has become detached after I dropped them. Looking someone to reattach it.

Sennheiser Headphone repair

$50

Sydney, NSW

18th Mar 2022

The right side (one with one cable feeding the ear) has stopped working. Need a repair HD25

Fix ipod classic headphone jack

$40

Rushcutters Bay NSW 2011, Australia

17th Mar 2022

Headphone jack on ipod classic needs repairing. Sound only coming out of one ear. - Due date: Flexible

Headphone repair

$70

Surry Hills NSW, Australia

14th Jan 2022

Loose / frayed wiring inside headphones. May need soldering. Old but high quality French brand Aedle. To Suit a technically minded audiophile.

Very prompt!

I need headphone repair

$80

Sydney NSW, Australia

2nd Aug 2021

The right speaker of my Beats Solo 3 doesn’t work when the headband is in the straightened (ready to wear) position. It works ok when the headband is in the bent / packed away position. Assuming it is a pinched wire.

Fix my bose headphones

$50

Surry Hills NSW, Australia

6th Jul 2021

The small metal piece which connects my headpone's earpiece to the headband has come undone such that the earpiece is no longer connected except for by wire. Other than that they still work great. Can anyone assist?

Fix Bose Headphones

$30

Sydney NSW, Australia

9th Jun 2021

My right headphone has come lose with some wiring exposed and is now not working I’m wondering if anyone has the technical ability to fix this? Please see pictures. (No parking on site, we are in the city close to public transport)