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Samson RH100 Headphones - padded earmuffs deteriorating

I have 3 Samson HR100 headphones. They all have developed a problem where the padded earmuff covering is deteriorating - crumbling into black plastic fragments, which stick to your face,ears and clothing - leaving the inner cushioning foam exposed. Is this a common problem - the headphones are 3yrs old. Can I purchase replacement earmuff foam covers? If so, where?

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SOURCE: Samson Stereo Headphones RH100 - no more sound

first u have to check the wire from pc to headphone whether any wire is damaged ,next u check whether the volume in the headphone is mute, and then check the pc volume whether it is in mute .rate as u like

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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SOURCE: The plastic part holding the earmuff in place has

Not really. You're better off buying a recertified X1 from Turtle Beach because it comes with the same 1 year warranty as a new one. Here's the link:

http://www.turtlebeach.com/R/tabid/624/Default.aspx

Posted on Feb 19, 2010

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SOURCE: The padding on the headband has become stick and

I would not think so! They might still be under guarantee, so you could contact Skull Candy over this problem. However if for example they have come into contact with a hair product, or something else that might cause them damage, then you might not be covered.

Posted on Apr 22, 2011

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first u have to check the wire from pc to headphone whether any wire is damaged ,next u check whether the volume in the headphone is mute, and then check the pc volume whether it is in mute .rate as u like

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