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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Those headphones (I have a pair - they are rather nice, aren't they?) are over 30 years old and I doubt you'd be able to find any 'official' replacement pads. My suggestion would be to check out cheap headphones with the same sized pads and cannibalise them. If you do find any replacement pads specifically for the SH-15's, then I would also be buying a lottery ticket and maybe bet on a few horses, because you would have to be one lucky person.
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
Hello to all who have exhausted all avenues seeking instructions on how to remove and replace Ear Pads on Sony MDR-V6 Headphones.... All that is required is a little patience maybe some fingernails... The Pads simply slip on and off by pinching ends of cuff that is nearest the plastic backing of The Headphones by pulling them from their seat/flange .. i found it easiest to just roll the cuff off using my thumb w/rolling motion away from the plastic backing/housing of the headphones.. no tools required.. they are installed exactally like one would place a tire on a rim.. exact same motion is required as when removing a tire.. i can give no better illustruction than comparrison to tire removal and replacement. Be careful to make sure one end in completely set deeply into one side before attempting to pull opposing side over its side/flange..start on top and work way around to bottom or vise versa.. To get an idea of what you are attempting to do take a close look at new headphone pad rear and you will see the small flap of leather on rear .. there is a small overlap that fits perfectly over the flange.. dont try to force it as you may tear them...
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
I just removed mine, soaked them in rubbing alcohol and now they are sterile and ready to use again. Oh, I forgot to mention they are now devoid of that sweat-like animal odor and garden soil - I am an avid gardener and long distance runner living in a hot, humid climate. You can also replace any damaged or worn out foam with similar products found in old cushions etc.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
SOURCE: I have Sennheiser HD 570
That part isn't available from Sennheiser. But they are pretty maintainable, if you're good with mechanical things, and if you can come up with another set of the same headphones for parts.
If you've already replaced your headphones and want to rid yourself of the broken 570's, I'm looking for a set to scrounge for parts.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
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