Question about Sony Core MDR-710LP Consumer Headphones
I fact I don't think they are not meant to be opened. I opened mine as follows:
1. Remove the black protection. Pull gently aside and you will see a red border come out. 2. Remove the white protection. It is very similar to mounting tape, but less sticky so its quite easy to take off and put back again when finished. 3. Now, with a flat screwdriver separate the black disc assembled to the headphone. This black disc is the one with the three radial rectangles and a radial grid in the center through which you can see the speaker. 4. Your headphone is disassembled. Repair and reassemble.
Posted on Jul 25, 2011
Those are not to be opened ... however, if you do want to open them, use a line-shaped screwdriver to pop out the external plastic cover. Please note that you may need to use some glue to put them back together.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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