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Sansui SH-15 Headphones - need foam ear pad cups - Toronto

Where can i get the faom ear pads cups for the Sansui SH-15 headphones in Totonto ?

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    colives Dec 06, 2008

    This Headphone is the best-one ever made!

    Only the foam from the ear-pad-cups was not made for 35 years! ;-)

    I still have hope that some-one can help!

    I still love this part!

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I have many replacement foam earpads at hand . So I can help you by offering some for you . If you need , please contact me at : linda.aysima@gmail.com Thank you , Linda

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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.

Good luck!

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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