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I'm looking where to buy sony mdr-rf970r ear pads

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Https://servicesales.sel.sony.com/ecom/accessories/web/productSearch.do?searchOperation=modelSearch&searchText=MDRRF970RK&sessionId=FLk3TTjKj9RC2AYaSnUQb_k

This is the link from sony style for accessories and online ordering for your headset. Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 03, 2010

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    Bill S. Apr 15, 2013

    Thanks, Frank! This link is right on the money. Speaking of money, the price was a little steep. Delivered: Order Total: $24.76! But at least they have the item. Planned obsolescence, I think they call it.

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Nope, that's no good. The only "parts" listed are to buy another pair of headphones, charger, etc., or replace the battery (which is a stock item at Best Buy and cheaper).

These ear pads are not good -- the thin plastic cover over the foam begins to tear and eventually shred all over after several months of use.

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