Today headphones with Bluetooth capabilities have become very popular but many of the people that buy them do not realize that if they get broken or do not work properly, there are services available which can repair them. Fix Monk, for instance, has a website dedicated to the repair of headphones and the service they offer is perhaps unique for headphones as it includes a choice of a technician to make the repairs and also a tracking system so you know exactly what is happening to your headphones at any time during the repair process.
Basically, the site provides a list of available technicians along with the prices they charge so you get to decide who makes the repairs and what you will be charged. Having made that decision the site then provides you with a special envelope in which to send your headphones so they will not incur further damage. Once sent the website provides you with a tracking number so you can keep track of what is happening. The technician, who will make the repairs and send the headphones back to you in a similar envelope, will not receive any payment until you have received the headphones back and confirmed that the repairs were successful. This makes the process trouble free and avoids you from having to stress yourself out with worries as to what is happening to your equipment.
All the technicians that are listed on the website have been checked out as to their proficiency in being able to make professional repairs to a professional standard and so you have no worries about choosing a ‘fly by night’ ’any repair will do’ conman. As the headphones are sent both ways in special envelopes provided, neither are there any concerns that the headphones will receive further damage during transit either to the technician or on return from the technician. The technician must also complete the task in good time and to standard as if they don’t they will not be paid which keeps the process working in a timely fashion and to a high standard.
Without these precautions, you could be forgiven for trying to repair the headphones yourself rather than risk losing them all together to scam artists or other similar types of misguided people. However, as any repair, you made yourself would only be a temporary measure and given the precautions taken with the service available, there is no longer any need for anyone to attempt to make their own repairs.
Bluetooth compatible headphones are of course not as cheap as others may be and are certainly more expensive than many of the cheap earplugs that can be used to listen to music and so knowing that the money you spend on the headphones is good value is important. That good value is, of course, certain knowledge that they can be repaired if necessary and so not have to be replaced with any small or minor problem, even replacement pads or broken headbands.