Need good source for Sennheiser headphone replacement parts

dpowelldpowell Posts: 2,817
edited August 2009 in Electronics
I have a pair of Sennheiser 570 headphones and the foam that covers the plastic speaker casing has disintegrated. Does anyone know of a good place to source replacement parts for these headphones?
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  • CRESCENDOPOWERCRESCENDOPOWER Posts: 153
    edited May 2009
    http://www.sennheiserusa.com/newsite/

    I would call them on the phone to be certain that you receive the correct part.
  • polkapolkapolkapolka Posts: 145
    edited May 2009
    dpowell, yes, crescendopower is absolutely right. Just last week I called Sennheiser USA for substitute ear pads for my pc350s, as I was allergic to the vinyl pads. The rep. on the phone didn't know which pads would be compatible, so she sent me directly to a manager, and he answered the phone on the first ring! He knew right away my pads were interchangeable with the 595's. They took my order right over the phone, but only after making sure they had them in stock. I received the pads the next day!
    Of course, they will do the same with replacements. I just wanted to share my great experience I had regarding a little more involved process than just replacements.

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  • venomclanvenomclan Posts: 2,500
    edited May 2009
    Check out head-fi.org, they are all headphone over there.
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  • dpowelldpowell Posts: 2,817
    edited May 2009
    Thanks! I'll check both. Nice to know that Sennheiser has such great CS.
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  • Danny TseDanny Tse Posts: 5,229
    edited May 2009
    I even replaced the pads of my Grado SR60 with those from the classic Sennheiser 414.
  • 9obama9xyz9obama9xyz Posts: 1
    edited August 2009
    Marked! I will come back to check this soon!thanks a lot.:-)
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  • cmy330gocmy330go Posts: 2,321
    I've dealt with full compass a number of times on Sennheiser mic parts. Looks like they also have a selection of headphone parts. https://www.fullcompass.com/
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