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The cable of my Sennheiser HD 4.20S broke. Can they be replaced? Where can I get the cable from?
I had the same problem with my Audio-Technica SR6BT cable, but I couldn't find the exact type anywhere online.

It seems like many specific cables with inline microphones aren't sold individually at all, in stores or online.
have you tried to email sennheiser and audio technica support about a replacement? even if its out of warranty, you can probably buy a replacement from those who make it
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>What is a soldering iron
The absolute state of /g/
I've lost all the papers so I'm not in the best positions to ask for a replacement, sadly.
I wish I wasn't so clumsy so I could be able to work with one
You don't need to use exactly the same replacement cable. You can use any cable with a 3.5mm jack, just don't mess up the polarity and left/right speaker.
I just tried another pair of headphones and I came to the conclusion that it's my soundcard's fault.
>I wish I wasn't so clumsy so I could be able to work with one
Unless you have a medical condition that prevents you from operating one, get familiar with it. Soldering is one of the most useful skills I've picked up, it allows for more than just repairing electronics.

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