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Introducción

Dim or black out the annoying blue LED on a Hesh 2 Wireless headset.

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  1. Remove the cushion from both speakers.
    • Remove the cushion from both speakers.

  2. On the right speaker, remove the 4 screws shown. Remove the plastic plate , but be careful not to damage the speaker wires.
    • On the right speaker, remove the 4 screws shown.

    • Remove the plastic plate , but be careful not to damage the speaker wires.

  3. On the bottom left of the board, near the power button, are LED0 through LED3. The odd numbered LEDs are blue, and the even numbered LEDs are red.
    • On the bottom left of the board, near the power button, are LED0 through LED3. The odd numbered LEDs are blue, and the even numbered LEDs are red.

    • With the sharpie, carefully mark the tops of the LEDs. Alternatively, if you want to black out the lights entirely, use very small pieces of electrical tape to cover them.

    • It's a good idea to verify the color of each LED by powering on the headset while it's open.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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I just put a drop of nail polish in each led. i use deep red. with that color you still have let signal for on/off and low bat.

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