[SOLVED] Wanting to know my headphones mm so I can replace the wire

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So to explain in the most basic terms, I bought a pair of Sennheiser PC37X's off of drop.com around a year or two ago. Yesterday, for the first time ever with these headphones the audio was cutting out a pretty good amount. I would put them on and start playing a game and periodically (Every 1-2 minutes) the audio would only come through the right side of the headphones. Since then it has only gotten more frequent. I have taken pretty good care of the headphones and wire which is why I was a little confused to why this was happening. Anyway, I came to the conclusion that the wire was the problem since any little twist or bending of the wire can set off the problem. I have a temporary fix as to pulling the wire upwards and tucking it around the headphones but its very temporary. To get to the point, I need a new wire and im really not sure what im looking for. Standard aux cables look like the male connector is way too long and when I compare the wire that goes into my headphones vs the 2 that go into my pc, the ones going into the pc have a much longer connector which is why I cant just buy a typical aux cord. Can someone possibly give me a link to a cord on amazon or explain to me what I should be looking for? Thank you in advance I really appreciate any help I can get.
 

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For what it's worth, if you're under warranty period, I'd have contacted both Drop and Sennheiser about the issue with your cable and seen if they would send out a replacement cable. If that path was exhausted then would come the need to fabricate a cable or source a replacement cable from a third party seller.

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