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I'm after replacement ear pads for a Sennheiser pxc-300. Can you assist? Regards, James

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Why is there No sound in bypass mode?


I have found this problem on several PXC 450 headsets and it can be solved by resoldering the bypass switch pins on the circuit board. We use about 25 pairs of these headsets and although they are excellent they can suffer from dry joints mainly on the switch but I have found a surface mount resistor in one case to be the problem.
To get to this board you need to unclip earpad on side containing switch then undo a number of philips head screws to reach the circuit board under the speakers then unscrew circuit board resolder and re assemble. Good luck.

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Why is there no sound even in bypass mode?


The bypass switch developes dry joints after some time. The earpad has to be removed and the speaker plate unscrewed and lifted back. The cct board connected to the switch will now be exposed so the switch legs can now be resoldered. Reassemble and you should be good to go.

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How to replace ear pads?


If you use a headset frequently, it's important to change the ear cushion periodically. Ear cushions absorb a lot of sweat, dirt and makeup and can breed bacteria if not cleaned or replaced as necessary. This can lead to bacterial ear infections in extreme cases. Repeated and frequent use can also cause foam ear cushion to deteriorate and break into pieces over time.
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I need ear pads of sennheiser hd 470 in banglore...i need it urgent pls help.......pls let me know as soon as possible


Spare parts for these headphones are available at the following website

http://www.custom-cable.co.uk/sennheiser-hd400-hd470-replacement-earpads-black.html

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I need ear pads for Sennheiser hd 470 any thoughts?


Found these pads available at the url below, they are not original but they are still exceptional quality.

http://www.custom-cable.co.uk/sennheiser-hd400-hd470-replacement-earpads-black.html

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Head phones pxc 350 do not respond to new battery. Switch mutes sound?


I had the same problem, until I realized that the headphones have 2 batteries. I was only replacing one.

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You might want to take a look at my Tip on headphones, right at the bottom of it. Just click my user name to find it.

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I've noticed that replacement inner foam(that covers the speakers) and earpads are available for my Sennheiser HD 570 Headphones; how do i get the old ones off? Thanks


The ear padding is attached to and held in place by a plastic ring that fits into the speaker mount. Gently pull the ear padding outward so you can see the ring, then slip a flathead screwdriver or other object in (just a bit, you don't want to poke the speaker inside). Gently pry up , sliding your pry-bar along, and the pad should pop out quite easily.

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Headphone wire cut can it be spliced back together sennheiser pxc


It rather depends where the break is. If it is one of the single strands, near to the headphones, you might be better replacing the entire cable. If this is the case you will need to remove the foam pads and then you should see access screws to get inside and solder the new leads on.
If lower down in the twin cable part, then you can cut it off before the break and solder a new 3.5mm plug on. The two coloured wires in the cable fit on the small lugs of the plug (you will have to work out which is left or right, by trying them on each lug. The other wires are earths, which fit together on the large metal flange. The T piece part of the large flange grips the black cable, to stop it pulling out. PS make certain you put the plastic body cover of the plug on the wire before soldering on the plug. That you just slide it back on the plug. Make certain the wires on the plug don't touch the earths and also the left and right don't short.
Once you have the plug on, you can buy an extension cable for headphones. This will make it long enough to use.

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Replacing headphone connector


My jack plug lead got yanked and broke the wires inside the electronics unit. There are three screws to undo in order to get inside the electronics, one by the cable entry and two very small cross head scvrews in deep holes halfway along the unit. I cut the jack lead on the outside close to the cable entry and drilled out the hole through the cable guide and then poked the jack cable back through the hole into the electronic unit. I was able to solder the three leads to their respective pads. There are five solder pads next to the cable entry. With the cable entry at the top, the middle pad connects to the green cable, the rightmost pad connects to the red cable and the copper connects to a pad about 1 cm down from the rightmost connector. The technique was to tin the ends of the leads with solder before soldering them to the pads. I used a blob of glue from a glue gun to hold the cable in place inside the electronics unit. My plan B if the soldering was not possible was to take a jack plug and lead from an unused set of earpieces and use that lead in place of the original. It would have been much more difficult to replace the lead from the electronics unit to the headset.

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