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Replacement pads for sony headset MDRCD6

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  • pmccarthy Dec 07, 2008

    I needum too. (pads for Sony MDRCD6)

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Hi Hifi-fans.
The MDR CD6 is still my favorite, since more than 35 years. My feeling was right, I would never find a better headset than this. This was the reason, time ago I bought a second set. You can imagine meanwhile I may have to replace the x-generation of ear-pads. The first ones I ordered for a lot of money at our Sony-HQ in Colone, Germany. Meanwhile I had found a better, more flexible solution. I had checked at our electronic storehouse, which headset from another manufacturer the pads are removable without damaging. I did select the Genius HS-04S ones for the PC and they are really cheap and you may use them without the pads. At the MDR CD6 the pads does not sit much strong, but this not really a lost.
All the years I did not use the second headset, the spare one. Nevetheless the ear-pads were damaged. The covering rubber was harded and broken like old plastik. Just some minutes ago I replaced the pads by the Genius ones.
So far, good luck and I am quite sure you may find the Genius in your country.

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

  • PERAMBUL8 Jan 25, 2011

    NOTE.... DECENT REPLACEMENT PADS FOUND ON GENIUS HEADSET/MIC HS-04S

    NOT TOO EXPENSIVE PEEL OFF AND USE... CLOSE TO GREAT FIT

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