Question about Brookstone SoundShield® 501 Headphones
Can not get ear pad covers back on
Some headphone cushions are caught under the plate. If this is the case (and I'm not saying it is) then removal of the plate is required. Under the black foam you might find screws. You might have to peal the foam off (you can glue it back with white Bostick glue afterwards). Unscrew them and you should be able to wrap the cushion round it.
However sometimes the cushion is not fitted like that and in which case all you can do is struggle with it. It sometimes helps to turn back the lip of the cushion all the way around. So you can slide it back into place on all fronts.
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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