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Sennheiser MM450, MM550, PX360, PX360-BT, PXC360-BT Headphones Replacement Ear Pad / Ear Cushion / Ear Cups / Ear Cover / Earpads Repair Parts
- Do not fit Sennheiser MM450
- Memory foam and protein leather
- High elasticity, durable and soft
- Product Dimensions: 3.7 X 3.3 X 0.8 inches ( 9 X 8 X 2 cm)
- Package Contents: Replacement Earpad X 2, Geekria Warranty
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- Sennheiser MM550, MM550X, PX360, PX360-BT, PXC360-BT
- 2 x Headphone Ear Pad
- 1 x Geekria Warranty
- Headphone Earpad only, Headphone is not included.
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I got the package, opened it up and was greeted by a nice-looking box, reminiscent of something you'd get from Apple. I popped it open, and there they were. In comparison to the original earpad, they appear to be the same size, shape, thickness, etc. However, I noticed they are not quite as soft (cushion-wise), and do not have the texture that the original has. Not sure of the original came that way, or if the lines are a result of age or what. Finally, I notice the "lip" that feeds into the slot on the headphones is a lot wider...maybe twice as wide. Not sure if this is good or bad. I imagine it makes them harder to get on - and maybe makes them a tighter fit. I guess if you find it to be an issue, you could always cut it back some.
OK - putting them on...very difficult. I ended up using painter's tape to hold things in place, as I worked my way around the edge. That is probably the only reason I didn't end up smashing my headphones against the wall. Once I starting using the painter's tape, I started to make real progress by working slowly, taking my time, and putting down tape every inch or so. Once I got the lip in the slot all the way around I took the tape off and inspected my work to ensure it was correct - and it was!
I never used the little tool. What is it for? I have no idea what you would use it for, or how it would help. There were no instructions to elucidate this either. What WOULD be helpful is if they included some painter's tape instead of the little tool. Not much - just a foot or two would do.
After listening to the newly-repaired headphones for 15 minutes or so, I am satisfied with my repair. Only time will tell if they make my ears hurt and I will need to find something softer.
1). Include some painter's tape instead of the yellow tool.
2). Make a version with suede, or velour, making them nice and soft. I'd pay a lot more (:
UPDATE: After 10 months, one earpad split at the seam, just like the OEM pads did. I'm gonna roll the dice on a different pair.
I was a little worried they wouldn't fit, but with some persistence I managed to get the new ear cups to fit on properly. I found that the rubber "lip" that you fit over the slot on the L/R side of the headphones had a tendency to slip out while you were fitting these on for the first time, but by holding the opposite side of the cup I was fitting with my finger as I slowly stretched the rubber lip over the headphones and into the slot I managed to get the new cups on tight. My only suggestion to Geekria is to look at making some cups that have a softer feel to them, maybe clad in velour or something rather than leather/leatherette.
Otherwise seems just as confortable. Will see if it lasts the distance.