If you get the chance to try out a pair of Parrot Zik 2.0 headphones, you will be equally as eager to get them out of the box and onto your ears. As soon as I un-boxed them, I plugged them right into the computer. This is when I heard an awful clicking noise. I thought for sure I received a defective pair. I know after spending $400 on a pair of Zik 2.0, I would expect them to NOT be making a clicking noise. After searching online, there was no help in finding a solution.
I decided I must have a defective pair – but, I did something so basic, so simple, that I was kicking my self for not doing it first. I ASSUMED that the battery was built into these headphones. I was way wrong, and if I had continued to open the package all the way, I would have seen a battery in the packaging. I took off the ear pad on the left ear, popped the battery in, and viola, the clicking sound disappeared, and my ‘defective’ headphones are not working as good as new!
I should add, that I am, by no-means, an audiophile but I am very very impressed by the sound of these headphones!