Question about Maxell HP/NC-III Consumer Headphones
With the Maxell HP/NC-IV headphones, they have done such a nice job of streamlining/disguising the battery compartment that it is next to impossible to ever get it open again to change the batteries (assuming you, also, tossed your directions after the first installation). Short of a bigger hammer- does anyone have any suggestions?
Put both thumbs in the indentations on the LEFT headphone cup and pull down. Hard.
The silver "Maxell" oval (along with the lower third of the headphone cup cover) will come off, revealing the two AAA batteries.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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