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Literally. Or it feels like they are. I know this is cause for concern but has anyone else actually had this happen to them with other earphones/same earphones? I am trying to figure out whether or not I should replace them for the same or just flat out return the product. They shock isn't THAT bad, it's more like a little "zap" but it's not something I like or would want to have to continue to deal with.
Bose earphones (yes, THOSE expensive ones everyone sees) are eliciting a little shock (maybe static, who knows) at random intervals when I play songs. Anyone else experience this?