Question about Philips (33-01-031) Headphones
I have a pair of Philips SBC HP200 black headphones, which I have had for almost a year and am quite satisfied with the sound of. A little leaky perhaps, but broadly I'm pleased to wear them.
Some weeks ago in my bag the alice-band style piece that holds the speaker-parts to my head snapped in my bag, so I've removed it with the intention of attatching the speakers to a sweatbabd or similar and continuing to use them that way.
I'd like a mechanical connection to the band, rather than (or in addition to) a glue based one, so I think my best bet is to get the outermost section temporatially away from the headphones so as to drill through it and attatch some thick wires , a buckle or something else workable to them.
I don't know how to open the shells. They don't seem to unscrew, so I assume they were forced on, with a catching mechanism moulded into the plastic. I'm guessing some jummying will be involved, so if anyone would reccomend a way of doing do without damaging the headphones further I would be appreciative.
Carefully remove the padding/leather cover of the headphone and you will see that there are three screws there on the inside part of the casing. Unscrew them and the case will open. Do not try to force open the cases...
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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