Question about Sony MDR-RF970RK Headphones
You can actually use regular AAA nickel metal hydride batteries for these headphones. I have the MDR-RF925R and they are the same way. Just remove the battery back, and cut the label from the original battery pack. You'll need to keep the black plastic case that they fit into. Replace the new batteries into the case, you may want to tape it to hold it together, then you can use the base charger like normal.
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