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HDJ-2000 Clicking in left ear

Had my HDJ-2000K for a couple of days now and must say the quality of them is phenomenal compared to all my previous headphones!

Unfortunately there is a ever so slight clicking noise in the left ear (noticed it a couple of times in the right too), I think the best way to explain the sound is that it's a spring clicking. This can only can be heard when the volume is quiet/off. This also happens when the cable is unplugged.

In terms of when the noise happens I am unable to find the cause, there seems to be no particular movement to cause the click. I have tried carefully twisting all the parts slightly while on my head and nothing seems to cause the sound. It seems completely random!

Sorry for what sounds like such a terrible explanation. Is this normal? I haven't been able to find anyone with a similar issue while searching google, so figured I'd ask here :)

Thanks

Nick

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Could be one possibility but when the lead is detached and given that the headphones seem fairly well insulated how would that be forming? 

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You're wearing wooly socks?

If it's not a mechanical "clicking" then I'd say it has to be something like static, but I can't be sure. You can always contact Pioneer's technical support for further assistance, their contact info is located to the right of this page.

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Unfortunately I don't own wooly socks :)

Tested wearing an anti static wrist band which I use for computer maintenance, can confirm the problem still exists.

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