All defean are produced under strict quality inspection and come with a 12-Month worry-free warranty. lifetime technical support. If there are any issues with your purchase, please contact them for replacement or refunds. The standard size is 60x20x15mm. You will receive a headband.
The HD280, HD 280 PRO, HMD 280, HMD 280 PRO, HMD280-XQ are compatible with the Sennheiser headphones models. No tools needed for a quick and easy replacement. The material is high quality. The memory foam has a comfortable fit.
👤The old headband on my computer needed to be replaced. I took one star off because it is manufactured straight and doesn't have a slight curve like the original did, which causes it to be a little squishy in the middle and for the ends to be lifted up. This is not a big deal. There is a stock headband next to this item. Since this is the only replacement I've been able to find, I would definitely recommend it.
👤I bought these along with a new set of headphones because they were less expensive than the factory-replacement which cost more than half of a new set. I didn't want to spend $50 on padding when my HD280's broke where the ear-cups extended. It's better to replace the whole unit. The price of these pads made it attractive to fix up my old pair and get what I can out of them until they fail. There is a The padding works like the original. It is comfortable. The material that holds the ear pads to the ear cups is a bit thinner and less durable than the other materials. I thought it might be due to hardened plastic, but when I compared it to the ones on my new set, it was not the case. Time will tell how well they will hold up. I won't complain about the price difference. There is a The ear cups have a challenge stretching the plastic over and into the slot. The company has directions. Work it around on a narrow end. Be careful and patient. I had to work it around for a while before the pads were fastened. The comfort is restored after that. There is a The top pad is easy to install. There is a We are very satisfied with the product and price.
👤I'm confused by the reviews. If you don't care about sound quality much, they're a good replacement. Why did they buy HD-280s? There is a I stopped giving them a thumbs up because they're not too much trouble to get on and they're comfortable like the originals. The sound quality is degraded because the internal foam is not as dense. I can hear more noise coming from outside. I'm looking for new headphones after I submit this review because the sound quality is so bad. The pleather feels cheaper and less durable, but we'll see how it holds up. Update- Another star was removed. I kept the new headphones in the mix because they're the same as the ones I bought. They may follow the dodo bird because of this foam replacement. The speaker surface is resting against my ears as the foam collapses. This is not a replacement foam. It's just a resemblance.
👤The headband padding on the old model of HD 280 Pros was very uncomfortable to wear for a few minutes and it was a decade ago. It was difficult to find the original part for this model, but this headband seemed to fit. It took a bit of effort and I'm not sure I lined the fastening completely, but it does fit and doesn't seem to slide around.
It's designed to enhance the fidelity of your audio by making it vibrate less between your ear and the headset. Replacement ear pads are made with high quality memory foam. Ear pads for OVAL HEADPHONES. Their replacement ear pads are designed for comfort and are compatible with many headphones. Below is a list of compatible models and dimensions. Relax in comfort with Brainwavz replacement ear cushions. They fit perfectly on your ear. The notes are clear and comforting. The best sound insulation is found in the ears. The ear pads are made of superior grade memory foam and have a perfect fit. So nothing. The sound reaches your ear. Out performs your standard ear pads. It's a satisfactory thing. For but not limited to: Audio Technica ATH M50, ATH-M50x, ATH-M30x. K553 and K551 are from AKG. There are two Shure SRH 440 and SRH-840. Takstar HI 2050 is a Pro 80. Ultrasone HF 580. The Sony MDR-ZX770BN is one of the products. The T50RP is for Fostex. T50, th-x00, T40rp. The price is Monoprice 8323.
👤I've been looking for this information on Brainwavz Audio's website, but they don't mention it. Don't buy this for professional monitors. The ear pads are comfortable. The memory foam is more comfortable than the original ear pads. The material is very strong. The sound signature of the headphones was completely changed by this pair of ear pads. I bought this for a pair of ATH-MSR7. The headphones don't have a very strong bass, but they sound really good. The Brainwavz ear pads completely killed the bass, and the highs started to sound like they were in an echo chamber. I didn't know that ear pads could change the sound signature of a headphones. Brainwavz is trying to do a very generic product that fits every single headphones out there. Even if it means a higher price, they should do specific ear pads for specific brands. Every model is different for a very specific brand. I don't think a pair of ATH-MSR7 earpads would fit in an ATH-M50 pair. I also tested the ear pads in a pair of ATH-M50 and got the same results. I have big ears. You can imagine how big my ears are because of the ear pads. The echo chamber effect is probably caused by its large size. There is a Someone mentioned in his review that you can still get the same amount of bass out of them with some adjustments. The ATH-M50 and the ATH-MSR7 are not supposed to have EQ adjustments. There is a It's not about getting used to the sound signature change. You're not supposed to change the sound of a monitor headphones.
👤Be careful! These earpads work fine for a while, then start peeling off, in my case less than 100 hours of use. It looks bad after less than 100 hours of use. I have taken care of it well, I wiped off sweat with damp cloth after each use, and kept headphones inside the drawer. It's disappointing that these only last less than 100 hours, but I'm not sure if I got a faulty unit.
👤If you have the ATH-M50s or similar headphones, you probably ended up here. If you did, then you should stop reading and buy these already. They are what you want. There is a If you need more information, I bought both of these. I wore them for a while. After a few hours of wearing, both were just as comfortable. My ears were big enough to fit inside the pads. The stock pads are not as comfortable as either model. The "Velor" pads were slightly more comfortable after 2 hours of use. They were cooler than the pleather, which warmed up a little more. I started with the pleather because I don't like the look of velour in general, but in the end these are not bad. I think the memory foam version is cooler than the Velor. I still have the pleather pads as backups, and both are still very comfortable. If you choose style over comfort, you will be very happy. The "memory foam" version of the Velor and Pleather models looks sleeker and doesn't get as dusty. They are easier to keep clean. If you're like me, they feel a little softer. The "Velor" version keeps the ears cooler but doesn't feel as soft when you put them on initially. There will be a slight increase in room for your ears when you use the "memory foam" version. Both are better choices and more comfortable than the stock pads on most headphones. There is a The sound changes with these pads according to other reviews. You won't notice it after an hour or so. It's not a bad change, it's just a different type of change. If you want to get the same amount of bass out of the headphones, you can adjust the bass level with some adjustments. I tested these in a quiet room and didn't notice a difference. The Velor and memory foam models have the same sound changes. I couldn't tell if the two Brainwavz pads were the same.
Replacement earpads are made from foam and leather. Give your headset a new accessory. It should be a brand new look. Product dimensions are 5.35 x 1.33 inches and the color is black. The package has a headband cover.
👤I used this to replace my HD598. I stumbled on this as my best solution after researching online and Geekria's other solution with a zip up cover was tempting, but this was cheaper and would replace my headband. It's a good fit with more padding, even though the color doesn't match. It's not clear whether that padding is better. It's still good for the price because I think it offset the position of my head/ears a little too much. The HD598 owners' headband pad is slightly shorter than the original one, both in length and width. The width needs to be longer at the middle and the length needs to be a little longer at the ends. This is a straight width.
👤Even though the headband pad is advertised for headphones, I decided to fit it to my K550's. I found out that this model of headphones is hard to find because of its reputation for pad wear on the headband and ear pads. I bought the headset used online for about $50 and was pleasantly surprised by the sound, so I decided to use it. I found ear pads fairly easy to use. I read a lot of reviews and many of them complain that small things can affect the sound of the headphones. I think I'm lucky that the size of my head works well with the ear pads I found, because I get a good seal around my ears and a good sound. The headband pad began to peel off after finding earpads. I measured the metal headband, and it seemed like it might be close enough to work. I installed it today after it arrived last week. There is a This pad is slightly thicker and longer than the original one. I was able to do enough of a dry fit even before removing the old pad to realize that it would make the headset sit just a little higher on my head, but that brought the earpieces (speakers) only slightly higher on the ears, so that seemed acceptable. I realized that the earpieces wouldn't go all the way up to the #1 setting on the headband markings on either side with this new pad in place, but if I centered it properly, I could get each earpiece to go up as high as setting #2. The ear pads are dropped down a bit to the same spot on your head as the headband with a thinner pad. It looked like it would be a wash. The extra length would make them fit the same as before, but provide more comfort because of the thicker headband, which is a common complaint in the more negative reviews. The metal headband needs to be ripped off first. Depending on how clean you want it to be, you might spend a bit of time peeling off the bits that remain. I used some goo to clean the remains of the old pad, which was close to the edges of the metal headband. I didn't try to remove all of it, but I was reluctant to clean the center of the headband because I was afraid of damaging the ribbon cable. If I cleaned up the edges of the old, the new pad would cover it all. I stuck the new pad on after letting it dry completely. You can peel the backing off the new self-adhesive pad, center one end of it, between the 1 and 2 on the left side, and roll it onto the metal headband if you're ready. I've been wearing them all afternoon at work, they sound good, and I'm enjoying the feeling of accomplishment that comes with a successful project. It saved me money, but I'm happy with the result. This is a good choice if you need a new headband pad. Not quite a drop-in replacement, but as close as I've found, easy to do, and looks good, as long as you're not in a rush. You will be very pleased if you take it slowly.
8 pairs ear tips are included in the package. It is high quility,durable, and washable. 1 year warranty! Money-back guarantee for 30 days. To avoid pressure, contact the head.
👤I'm happy I found these. Replacing the headphones is much cheaper. I received four foam replacements in my package, enough for two headphones. It was a perfect replacement for the VES headphones that came with my car.
👤The headphones that come with the DVD player in the car were purchased. There is a The cushion between the speaker units and the wearer's ears is 4-5mm and is likely adequate for a few hours' use. Our kids will be able to watch movies on a drive in a few weeks. I will add information about comfort and durability after the trip. The speaker units are 75mm by 60mm. It would probably cover something small. The un stretched opening of the cover is 40mm and the outside dimensions are 75mm, but this also includes the thickness of the foam so the un stretched internal length is likely around 70mm. They fit snug on the device and are easy to place, but it's not easy to install the covers since they have to be installed. The precision of the measurements in the photos is excessive, but may be useful as the manufacturer size photos are inaccurate and few other foam covers here on Amazon actually provide information like this at all.
👤Over the years, the foam ear pads that cover the earphone part of the system have crumbled. I had trouble finding replacements that would work, but they were on Amazon. The pads are thin, but fit well. They did the job at a reasonable price. I bought an extra set since I am sure the new ones will follow the same path as the old ones. I will keep the spare pair in the climate controlled house until they are needed, so they don't suffer the fate of the old ones before their first use.
👤The wife discovered the headphones in a bag under the front seat of the vehicle. The ear pads were torn. We contacted the dealership, but they were not aware of any replacements. These are what was needed after an AMAZON search. We bought several so that we could have spare ear pads for all of the headphones. Highly recommend them.
👤The replacements were easy to install. They are in a zip bag. There are four pieces and two pairs. Shipping was fast. Got them a day early. I ordered another set because I was so happy. These are the same ones as the dealer, but two for the price of one from them. My set deteriorated. The old ones were destroyed and can't be 100% about because they were from the age and temperature. Would definitely recommend. One pair was a little more oblong.
👤I made some headphones that were black. The leather/vinyl ear pieces were old and had been in a hot car. Anything that touched black would turn your ears. The old ear pieces were more difficult to remove than the new ones. Went quickly and easily. I enjoy not having my ears dyed black and it wouldn't be an issue if masks covered them.
There's a science to spiking applications. The H1's frame takes up less space than normal and is stable. It's a good idea to keep it on your desk. H1 is a perfect fit for most on- ear headphones. The cradle fits headbands up to 2 inches wide while preventing impressions from being left on softer materials. The H1 is made out of steel and has a wide base to hold up to 6.6 pounds. Silicone padding on the base helps keep the stand in place. Aesthetics matter. Choose between black, silver and white finishes.
👤I have nothing but positive things to say about this stand. Despite its thin profile, it's heavy. I've had thin stands before and they topple over easily. The branding of Kanto is very subtle. The rubber on the top protects your headphones. The rubber on the underside of the stand is smaller than the metal footprint of the stand. I took a picture of every angle, but forgot to take the underside. My bad. Trust me, there's plenty of padding to protect your desk. Kanto scored a home run with this one.
👤This is a high quality product that is noticed immediately from the way it is packaged. It was made from a single piece of metal. There is a Silicone slab on the bottom of the base. It is very durable and modern. For people with higher end headphones, this stand is a good place to display them. It doesn't need to be very sleek or durable. There is a stand for headphones. Kanto has an eye for detail and looks good on small things.
👤The design is minimal and the Silicon rest will ensure your headphones stay safe. A nice design that won't cause your pads to be compressed. Silicone rest is useful for supporting upper strap on hybrid band designs.
👤Sturdy and looks great. It was sleek and modern.
👤I was looking for a good looking stand. I didn't feel like I was spending as much money on a stand as I was on my headphones. I was surprised to see that Kanto made these and other types of stands after I found them at the Amazon store. I got one in black and one in white, as I have 2 headphones that I wanted to always have on my desk, a black one and a white one. The sturdy metal construction makes it hard for the headphones to tip over if bumped. The rubber base underneath the stand is an added bonus. I haven't seen any depressions on either headbands. The wide base is a wire holder. You can't go wrong with the price. Since Kanto is a Canadian company, I'm glad I can support a Canadian business.
👤The Kanto H1 stand is of the highest quality. It feels high quality and sturdy. The black steel construction is very sleek. The stand is one piece. The headband of the headphones is made of silicone. The Kanto logo is on the silicone padding. The back of the headphones stand has a logo molded into it. Unless your headphones are made of solid uranium, I don't think this headphone stand will have any problems. My headphones are 500 grams heavier than this stand, which is irrelevant to the likes of this stand. There is a If you want a high quality stand to match your headphones or your desktop, I would only recommend this stand. The function is to hold your headphones, a function that can be found at a lower price point. You get what you pay for, and in this case you get a very strong and aesthetically pleasing stand.
Protect the headband to prevent damage and scratches, and make the headband more comfortable by improving the comfort of wearing a headphones. The headband is made of high-quality wool yarn, soft knit, and comfortable. Most of the mid-sized headphones are compatible with the headband cover. Product dimensions are 9.15 x 3.14 inches and Pop Blue. The package has a headphone headband.
👤The headband cover is small enough to fit on my headset. I bought the cover to add padding and volume to my ears because the cups push on the top of my head, which is smaller than a man's. I can't add padding between the headband and the cover because it's already at its limit, because this fits so tightly. I give it three tries because it seems well made and cute. I would recommend it if you want it for decoration. I would look for something bigger and wider if I needed it for comfort.
👤It is easy to use and does the job. It fits my ear. Bose headphones are perfect.
The warranty is for one year. 30 days of free return. The earphone covers for headphones have been carefully selected and cooperated with material suppliers of world- renowned brand headphones. It also improves the comfort of the earpads. You don't need to spend a lot more money to get a new headset. The ear covers need to be replaced with headphones. Bring your headphones back with you. The sewing is crack resistant and tightly close to fit the headphones. It was designed to fit the ear shape. Ear cushions can be restored to ensure the sound quality of the original headphones. They control the production process to make sure that the ear pads are of good quality. It is compatible with 70mm round on- ear headphones, but not limited to: Sony replacement ear pads. On-Ear; Mpow H7; Yamaha RH5MA; Grado SR125; etc.
👤So happy these are available. They don't come with directions, so I found some online. It was easy to remove them because of the fear of damaging the headphones. They popped off without much effort. I was able to get the first replacement pad to click onto the phones without any issues, but the second was less cooperative. I got it on. It fell off when I knocked it off of my nightstand. It took my husband a while to get it to stay. It's solid now. They have the same sound quality. There is a I think I got one that was a little off. I still recommend them.
👤The ear pads on my Sony headphones wore out quickly. Someone told me that I could replace the pads on the Bose headphones that I bought. I found them on Amazon, but didn't know if they would fit or not, as I had no idea what the manufacturer was for the headphones I had. I took a chance on these and they fit. I don't have to worry about taking the expensive ones when I travel because I can take these. Win!
👤They are made of a soft leather-like material and are very comfortable and similar to the original ear pads. There is a The fit was perfect. Expect the same or slightly better noise reduction with the original ear pads. There is a When the original pads start to wear off, they are a perfect replacement.
👤They were a perfect replacement for my shredded pads on my old Sony headphones because they took a slow boat from China to get here.
👤Esto no fue lo, no le thatdaron a mi equipo, no tienen negro, no tienen aquelles, no pide. No, no, no.
👤My son-in-law uses his Sony headphones all the time for conference calls, so I surprised him with these. He was blown away by how similar to the originals these are that I installed them in 4 minutes. ARILLIANT is a word.
👤I had to return them since they were actually 2.5. They come in a nice baggie, but they don't fit my headphones, so I am sending them back and filing for a refund. Which was granted by Amazon.
👤The replacements were a perfect fit for my headphones. The results are satisfactory despite the fact that it took a bit of doing to install them.
The package contents are listed. A headband cushion. The alcohol pad is x2. The headband cover is compatible with most of the large-sized headphones. Protect your headphones from dirt and sweat. A smooth surface and comfortable touch can be provided by high quality durable material. Excellent match, follows the shape perfectly. It's easy to install and use the durable zip closing. The package includes a headband cover for headphones.
👤After a few hours of use, the headband on the Virtuosos hurts the top of my head. Hopefully this will make up for the issue. If the pad didn't have the tag and hoop, and the zip was a little better quality, this would be a 5 star review.
👤I have only had this headband cover for a few days, but it works perfectly for my headphones. The 2 1/2 inch width is the largest one. It's comfortable and distributes weight more evenly than just the headband, which is why it fits Focal headphones like a glove. It's important for heavier headphones. It has grey and red accents that match my headphones. Time will tell if it holds up, but it definitely feels sturdy. I bought it to prevent the foam on the headband from degrading, because it feels more durable than the stock foam. You don't want to have to replace the headband after you wear it, so consider this.
👤This is for the Corsica Islands. I wear my Corsair Virtuosos for 3-4 hours a day, but 7 to 10 hours grand total isn't out of the question. I spend most of my day at my PC. While I have a lighter pair of open back Koss UR40s, I prefer my Virtuosos for their closed back feel and the convenience of being wireless. The caveat? I decided to get some aftermarket padded earcups and the 1-8/9" cushion pad after seeing some positive reviews, because the Virtuosos are very uncomfortable in their stock form. Now? I can wear my Virtuosos all day long, and they don't make me miserable. I think this investment is worth it.
👤I was looking for a cover to help my headphones because the leather material on the headband was peeling off. I didn't want to look like I had a big case of it. I wanted a cover that matched my cans' white/silver/gray color scheme, and I didn't want the knitted covers that looked like sweaters for the headphones. There isn't a lot of reviews for this headband cover yet, but I took a chance on it. It worked out great. It protects the parts I need. The materials look nice and match my headphones' colors. There is a The zip up felt cheap and had a hard time staying together when I tried it. The trick that worked for me was to use one hand to hold down the end of the zip up. There is a The Small size fits well for anyone who has a V-Moss CrossfadeLP. The cover is too small at first but you have to stretch it. Trust me, it works. It takes some skill to wrestle it on, but the cover works well.
👤I like that the cover fits perfectly on the band, but it doesn't give me enough resistance as the headphones slide off my head, and it doesn't have enough padding to raise my headphones high enough to fit on my head. I need to place a headband on the crown of my head to make sure my headphones sit high enough to cover my ears, but they don't stay on the crown of head. I was hoping that the cover would add padding to make headphones fit properly. The cover does what it is supposed to, but not what I wanted them to do. I would like to find a cover that has more padding on the head-fitting side. This product should do the job if you are looking for a cover for your headphones. I ordered the 1 1/2” W Cushion Pad for the headphones and the cover, which is on the underside of the band.
The package has a headband set. It is high elasticity, durable and soft. Give your headphones a new lease on life. The package includes a headband.
👤This was bought for modifying my audio-technica m40x. I'm pretty sure I have the most comfortable set of m40x's ever. Cut this headband to fit, attach it with some strips of velcro, and they no longer bother me. If you have the m40x/m50x, I recommend doing this. It was easy, cheap, and satisfaction.
👤My old headphones made the top of my head uncomfortable. The band is short but the width is perfect. This seems to work well and makes it easier to install as there is more space on either side of the track to slide the band into without removing one of the ends. The padding is 1/2" thick.
👤The title says so. The Massdrop version of the 650's will be fixed. There is a It isn't comfortable. While I still have a big head of hair, I usually feel comfortable with it. These are not. They raise the headphones above your head so you don't feel like you're wearing a headband. They are not comfortable. I prefer my worn out stock headband cushion over the ones I wear. If Amazon didn't charge me $6 to replace them, I would return the product. It would cost me more than a dollar of gas to return it to them, so I decided to sell them at $7. There is a I give it 2/5 because of that.
👤I own the original HD600's and know what the headband feels like, so I bought these for another pair of headphones. There is a The form factor is barely the same as the original. There are 1. The headband was much larger. The pads have larger gaps. They will cover a smaller area of your head, concentrating the pressure point, instead of spreading it over a larger area. 2. The pads are stiff. Hard foam is being used instead of memory foam. I can't imagine these being comfortable after 15 minutes. 3. The price point is terrible. The cost is $9 with tax. I don't think they are worth much more than $5. 4. There was no glue. Maybe or maybe not. There is a There are 1 positives. The build quality seems decent. 2. There are male panels on either side of the piece. You could tape them around your headband. These are not HD 600 style headbands. Not in comfort, not in value, not in any shape or form.
👤I bought these for my friend. I was going to return it, but I realized I could affix it to the headband. It works well and feels sturdy on my head. I don't think there is a good alternative for the 280s other than the original headband or knitted looking one, so hope these last a few years. I saw some reviews that used strips of velcro for a cleaner look. I'm cheap and my wife has 100 hair ties.
👤The replacement part for the HD600 is awesome. After the foam broke down, my headband was completely flat. The replacement took about 2 minutes to install. The padding on this replacement part is very firm and will hold up. My original pads lasted about 6 years. The fit and finish on this replacement part was perfect, and did not require any adjustments.
The headband set is very similar to most Medium headphones. There is a lanyard loop on top of the headband. The headband can be easily installed and disassembled with the help of the Hook and loop design. The headband cover can still be used without a new headband if the headband pad is worn out. Skullcandy, Hesh2, Hesh3 and Hesh ANC are compatible with the headband cover. Product dimensions are 7.48 x 1.77 inches (19 x 4.5 cm). The package has a headband set.
👤Even though it doesn't fit my headphones, I tried to find another use for it. It's a great replacement for the thin sleeve that goes around the changing table. It's two pieces. It zips on. The sleeve and pillow part are covered in a type of pleather-vinyl hybrid that has some kind of Velcro on it. It doesn't smell and it keeps my son in place when I'm trying to change him. It does so without causing him distress when the table strap is tightened to fit. He calms down and lets me clean and change him better, instead of trying to get him back into anything, by taking something off, cleaning and hydrating him. I have to change the lens on my cellphone again because of the poor quality of the images. I'm going to buy a few more for his other items, like the Heao High Chair and his little rocking chair. The straps don't fit as well as they should because he's small at 20 lbs. He doesn't like the texture of the straps on him. This is an improvement. Thank you.
👤I thought my headset would fit. I agree. My head is too small and even with the headset set on the shortest length it still doesn't sit well on my head. I needed an extra padding piece to lift the headset up on my head so that it sat properly. I am so grateful for this product. It's easy to install and fix my problem without looking like I'm attaching something to my headset.
👤I don't fit my wireless headset the way I want it because of my small head. I used to have headaches after a couple hours but now wear my headset daily and have no problems. A new headset is much more expensive. It worked well and was true to size.
👤The headband is perfect for fixing the size of the Soundcore Q20. It's easy to install.
👤This is a great addition to the Hyperx Cloud Orbit S gaming headset and Audeze Mobius since they're nearly identical other than some technical features. The headset is great for gaming, but I found the headband very uncomfortable after a short time. Most headband covers don't offer much extra padding, but this one is so comfortable that I ordered more just in case they discontinued them or they don't last as long as you'd expect. If you have a big head and already have the headband expanded to the maximum or close to it, this might not work for you.
👤The comfort of the headphones went from being ok to being very comfortable. The headband was too big for me and even on their fully retracted setting they sat just below my ears. I initially tried another headband cover to give a slight lift, but then I tried the ones that were missing, and they gave me a slight lift, and also gave me some comfort, even though I wasn't aware they were missing. I thought I would need a longer cover. It's perfect. If you need to cover a worn out band or just add comfort to your headphones, I highly recommend this. If you want to add this to headbands that are 1.5 - 1.75 inches wide, you could use my band, which is roughly 1 inch wide.
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