I have searched high and low for replacement ear pads for this thing with no luck. They are oval shaped about 2" diameter at the widest diameter. Found a site that advertized replacement pads, but they were out of stock and could only back-order them.
Anyone know where to find oval foam replacement pads?
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There are lots of generic (Chinese) replacement ear pads for Sony on ebay or Amazon, you'll just have to take some measurements and try to match what's available. Check the diameter in centimeters, and the shape (round or oval). You may not find a specific listing for MDR-RF960RK but a lot are interchangeable.
I have turned my worn-out Motorola HT820 ear pads inside out and have cut off the excess parts of the edges. This worked just fine for me. Obviously the ear pads are not as soft as they used to be, though there're not as thick as well.
There are no replacement earbuds for Plantronics Voyager 520. You would
need to replace the headset if the earbuds are making
it uncomfortable enough that the headset is unusable. Link to Headsets
Direct Bluetooth Headsets is included below.
It should have come with a small 45 mm diameter cradle base unit which the mains has a 1.4 mm jack plug plugs in and the headset rests in.
Look for it on Jabra support website or pictures on a search on Ebay
Search on Ebay for one for a replacement.
Same thing happened to me. For about $5, I went to Home Depot and bought 24 gauge wire (about 5") and a pack of black heat-shrink plastic sleaves (1/8th inch or 3/16) from the electrical department. The 24g wire fits perfectly through the rubber slot after you pull out the broken ear hook. Use a pair of pliars to bend the wire to shape your ear (use the broken jabra ear hook as a template). Once you have the right shape and have filed down the sharp edges, slip the heat-shrink plastic sleave over the wire, making sure you leave the end piece that goes into the slot of the headset as bare metal. Use a hair-drier on high-heat to shrink the black plastic. Mine has worked perfectly for over a year and actualy fits better than the original.
Those headphones (I have a pair - they are rather nice, aren't they?) are over 30 years old and I doubt you'd be able to find any 'official' replacement pads. My suggestion would be to check out cheap headphones with the same sized pads and cannibalise them. If you do find any replacement pads specifically for the SH-15's, then I would also be buying a lottery ticket and maybe bet on a few horses, because you would have to be one lucky person.
The ear hook on my H500 broke as well. I called Motorola (866-289-6686) and they are mailing me a replacement. Even though This bluetooth has a 1-year warranty. I purchased mine in Jan. 2007 and was covered but the rep didn't verify anything regarding the purchase date so even if you're outside of your warranty, you might still give it a shot.