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My sennheiser 120 headphones are wearing out. After much use.

Can I purchase a pair of new headphones to use with the existing base stations which are functioning well

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You can buy the HDR 120 model which is basically the headphones lone
These will work with the base in conjunction with the set you have now.. or as a replacement
You can also buy replaceable ear cups for less than 20 dollars (check the Sennheiser website)
Finally you may want to replace the rechargeable batteries in the headphones you have
Just make sure you replace them with the exact type.. I believe those are NiMh AAA
Pop them out and go to any Battery Plus or Radio Shack.. a new set probably run you less than 7 bucks
My point.. for less than 30 dollars you can have your old headphones working and looking like new ones
Give the new batteries an overnight charge before using them

Good luck

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