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Philips shl5605Hi there, I want to know how to put the pads out the headphones. I've read lots of forums, and, so far, the conclusion is there's no way to do so, without damaging it. Any tips?

I want to remove the cable in the headphones, and as far as Im concerned its damn hard to do it: the pads and the rest of these headphones look like one, indivisible piece.

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This might be helpful.
At then is a link to a site that sells pads if you damage it too much.

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