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Earphone pads I want to replace the earphone pads on my CD walkman, but I don't know how to do it.

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Re: Earphone pads

I think so that you purchase new earphone and simply unjack the previous earphone and put the jack of your new earphone in the socket.thank you

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  • General Features:
  • Silver design
  • 1 GB flash memory
  • USB 2.0 interface
  • Holds up to 47 hours of music at ATRAC3plus @ 48 Kbps
  • MP3, ATRACplus, ATRAC3 music playback
  • Supports WMA/WAV format
  • Blue backlit LCD
  • Displays artist, song, album in Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, English and Korean
  • 70 hours playback on one AAA battery (battery not included)

  • Controls:
  • Menu
  • Repeat mode
  • Track repeat
  • Repeat/sound

  • Dimensions:
  • 2.21-inches in diameter (approximate)
  • Weighs under one ounce

  • Regulatory Approvals:
  • FCC
Package Includes:
  • Sony NW-E107 1 GB Network Walkman MP3 Player
  • Quick Start
  • SonicStage CD
  • Earphones
  • USB cable
Additional Information:
  • Notes:
  • Model: NW-E107

  • Product Requirements:
  • Pentium III 450 MHz processor or higher
  • Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP Home/XP Professional/XP Media Center
  • 128 MB RAM
  • 200 MB free hard drive space
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