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Noah Timan

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(Msg. 1) Posted: Sat Nov 08, 2003 6:02 pm
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Anyone have a good source for replacement ear pads for walkman style
headphones (Sennheiser PX-40, etc)?

nvt

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Mark Weber C.A.S.

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(Msg. 2) Posted: Sun Nov 09, 2003 1:26 pm
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You are fortunate to be using Sennheiser headphones. You can order
"reasonably priced" replacement earpads from Sennheiser directly. NOT
SO for Sony!
I have 12 Sony 101 cheapo headphones for my ComTek & IFB systems.
These headphones cost $5.50. To replace the eadpads (which are medium
sized/RadioShack only sells small and large) Sony wants $3.90 per
ear!!! That is $7.80 per headphone ($5.50). Sony customer service
rep had the balls to tell me that the price of a new car is less that
the individual parts costs. I think I told him where to put his new
car.
I am tossing out my Sony headphones and ordering Sennheiser's by the
box of 10!

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Adam D. Sperry

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(Msg. 3) Posted: Sun Nov 09, 2003 2:22 pm
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Radio Shack sells at least two sizes of foam earpads. Nothing on the
order of the 7506's, though. See your equipment distributor for
specific parts.
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Jean Casanova

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(Msg. 4) Posted: Mon Nov 10, 2003 4:16 pm
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Noah Timan wrote:

> Anyone have a good source for replacement ear pads for walkman style
> headphones (Sennheiser PX-40, etc)?

just a little tip about foam for comtek (lectrosonics) headphones. As they
are not fixed to earphone, people lost them very easily (long air, heavey
coat, pen-string from the continuity, aso...) Just put a little drop of
cyanolite glue ! and your foam could last at least one year (except if
peoples have dirty hairs :-)
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