Question about Sennheiser HDR140 Wireless Headphones
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My TR.140 headphones have broken
Those are nice sennheisers. Happy with them?
If you are out of warranty (they obviously broke at a QC defect point) then you may be out of luck. I am not aware of parts being available for the refurbishment of these products.
To fix it yourself, if you are handy with tools at all, you could get a thin strip of a pliable metal (the kind I see at my day job is used by ductwork installers) and fastening it to each 'half' across the top with glue and claps or with 4 or 6 tiny screws (that terminate into the headband padding). This is a 'low profile' fix that looks much better than a whole bunch of tape.
You might have another option if you bought them with a credit card: my visa covers anything I buy with a 'break-it-or-lose-it' replacement warranty on all consumer electronics for the life of the warranty of 1 or 2 years, I forget. This is a common benefit of many VISA cards, that just about everybody doesn't have a clue about. You may find it in the tiny print of your CC agreement, or just call VISA and ask them.
I hope those options help.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
SOURCE: I have Sennheiser HD 570
That part isn't available from Sennheiser. But they are pretty maintainable, if you're good with mechanical things, and if you can come up with another set of the same headphones for parts.
If you've already replaced your headphones and want to rid yourself of the broken 570's, I'm looking for a set to scrounge for parts.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
No, Bose doesn't cover any damage done to products that is any fault of the buyer. You might be able to if you contact a Bose retailer and special order it through them. Just a note, it will cost you more for the new speaker due to it being a special order. Probably around the lines of 40-50% of the original sales price (which is outrageous). If I were in your shoes, I'd try to find the same unit on craigslist or Ebay.
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
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