Originally Posted by tigmd99
Not unheard of. I have read stories of this happening on Klipsch and other earphones. Contact Klipsch again is my only advice. I would however look at your habits and see if you're too rough with them OR maybe you should get Klipsch more rugged earphones instead. Remember, it is OK to get the Apple-version.
I don't feel like I am too rough on them, but I guess I could be wrong. I do keep them in my pocket & not in the case though. For $80 they ought to be pretty durable. Klipsch already sent me a replacement set so I don't think contacting them will do any good. Its really strange that they work at first then after a couple of weeks they stop working. I'm wondering if it could be the phone that I am using. I might try them on my computer & see if they work on that. If I were going to use the apple version why not just use apple earbuds? By the way when I had an iphone I never had a problem like this with the apple earbuds & I used them the same way.