Okay, again, I felt this was probably better suited for the Basics area, but this maybe better suited for another area. I have a pair of AKG K301's that I like. They are comfortable and accurate in their reproduction. However, I used them for recording, and they got a little more wear and tear than usual, and thus have had some problems. The wire connecting into one of the headphones is loose or something, as the signal changes when I turn my head. For example, if I'm lying down, and the wire is lax, and I sit up, the music may suddenly change and have another guitar I didn't hear. They never seem to completely cut out of the cup (i.e. no sound out of the left can), but it's like it's losing one of the tracks, and somehow filling it in. Pushing the wire in causes this problem to show up. I'm sure that I've pulled the wire loose. I also may have to rotate the jack in for it to get sound in one of the cans. Once they get sound, however, they don't lose it. I've chalked these up as lost, but I'm curious if this might not be a simple problem that could be solved rather inexpensively. If it's as simple as tightening a connection, it doesn't seem like it'd be that big of a deal. However, I don't know of anyone who does headphone repairs, and have no idea what the typical repair would run me. If these are lost, I've been looking at a replacement. $50 is about my budget, so I can't replace them. I ordered a pair of Panasonic RPHT710's at Buy for 25 beans, but before my order went through, they went out of stock. I ordered them at Amazon, where it was listed as Shipping In 1-2 Weeks. It said that 2 weeks ago when I placed my order. I can't find them in stock for a similar price online. So, I need a decent pair of headphones for $50 (or less) if headphone repair is out of the question. Thanks.