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I've got a nice pair of headphones with a major problem: they cord is way too long. It keeps on getting caught on things and dragging on the floor. Recently, the cord got snagged and pulled too tight. Sound no longer comes through the headphones properly. It sounds like half the frequencies have almost been muted, or like all the sound from one side (either the left or the right) is getting put to both speakers, while the sound from the other side is dropped. It basically sounds like I've only got it plugged in halfway, no matter what I do.
Anyway, I think it's something wrong with the plug on the end of the cable. I think something got ripped or disconnected or something, Basically, I'm wondering if there's a way to cut the cable by a couple feet, then stick a new plug on the end? I've cut and crimped network cable before, so I'm somewhat familiar with making cable, I've just never done it for audio cable.