Sennheiser H-85733 - Ear Cushions for HD280 Pro/HD280 Silver

Sennheiser H-85733 - Ear Cushions for Sennheiser HD280 Silver/280 Pro Headphones - Pair

Sennheiser H-85733 - Ear Cushions for Sennheiser HD280 Silver/280 Pro Headphones - Pair

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Sennheiser H-85733 - Ear Cushions for HD280 Pro/HD280 Silver

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This is a pair of soft leatherette replacement ear cushions for the Sennheiser HD280 Pro and HD280-Silver studio headphones.

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Package Weight 0.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.0 x 4.409 x 2.126"

Sennheiser 085733 reviews

H-85733 - Ear Cushions for HD280 Pro/HD280 Silver is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 57.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exact fit, like new again. Like all earphones, the ear cushions are the first part to show wear and tear and like all German designed equipment, the earphones are made to last via replaceable parts - Ear Cushions, wires and even up-grades to a full headset with a mic. With most other earphone manufacturers, if anything gets broken or worn out, like the ear cushions, one would just have to buy a new complete new set of headphones. Not so with Sennheiser Electronic equipment. The only draw back is the method of Earphone Cushion replacement (which could be improved upon) and the description of exactly how to replace the Cushions in the manual. Otherwise, for just a few dollars, I have an new set of headphones. R. B.
Date published: 2010-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like new The earpads on my several year old black HD280 started to tear and I got these to replace. I was slightly worried the description says they're for the silver headphones, but there's no silver on the earpads. The pads themselves feel firmer, and cover material has a lighter, more matte finish. It's probably just because my previous ones were so old. If you know how to do it, they're easy to remove and replace -- the first time, though, you'll probably need some help. I'd recommend checking youtube for a tutorial. Also, thumbs-up to B&H for having a great price for these.
Date published: 2011-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding! Owning a solid pair of reference headphones is key, and spending the money for a good pair means not only better fidelity, but also the ability to replace parts as they wear. The ear cushions on my 3-year-old Sennheiser HD280 Pro's had started to come apart after some serious usage. It took me just a quick search to find B&H (a local shop) online, order, and have delivered (the next day!) replacement cushions. As with anything well made and durable, it helps to have a bit of instruction on how best to fit replacement parts - Luckily, Sennheiser posted this YouTube video on exactly how to do it. It was as easy as it looked in the video (which is to say a little tricky) and knowing that I can replace these cushions at any time has made me feel even better about my purchase.
Date published: 2012-03-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Replacement I've had this pair of Sennheisers for probably 7 years or more, and they were in pretty rough shape, although still surprisingly good considering the amount of use I've had from them. The ear cushions were basically trashed and there was no way I was going to get rid of these headphones, so I decided that a replacement was in order. Although they are a bit costly for quite a small amount of material, working out to basically a fifth of the cost of an entire new pair of headphones, they are worth it. I only wish that these(or any) headphones were designed with detachable/washable cushions.
Date published: 2011-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Replacement Part; Hard to Install These cushions do exactly what you would expect: replace the only part of the HD280 headphones that seems to wear with age. The downside is how hard they are to install, it takes about 20 minutes or so of pushing, poking and pulling the fabric around the plastic holder on the headphones. Then your hand slips, and you start all over again. Other than that, they're great, and the fact that they exist is a testament to the amazing build quality of the HD280s. My pair is probably 5 years old and still working perfectly. These covers will hopefully give them another 5 years of life. If the package included some sort of tool, and whatever secret technique Sennheiser uses to put these on, they'd be perfect.
Date published: 2009-11-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Direct replacement for HD280 Pro Ear pads These are the real deal from Sennheiser and even come in Sennheiser packaging. They are easy to install and they work just like the originals. Literally less than a minute for each pad.I wasted my time ordering pads on @ shipped from China which were advertised as 280 Pro replacement pads for cheaper, and when they arrived they were totally different. I got a refund, but didn't want to go the @ pot luck route after that to save the $ or so.
Date published: 2015-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ear pad review time The ear pads came as promised via B&H they were in pristine condition in a sennheiser branded package that was unopened. Now taking the old ear pads off was quite easy, but I had SOME trouble putting the new ones on, you really do want to stretch out the ear pads before attempting to put them on the headphones. See the youtube url for basic instructions on how to install the ear pads. Thanks for reading, HAPPY LISTENING!!
Date published: 2010-08-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product, aggravating installation I ordered a pair of HD280 Pro cushions to replace cushions that were disintegrating on my headset. B&H shipped very quickly and I was happy with their service. The pads themselves are slightly different then the originals, but I have no complaints. I am more frustrated with Sennheiser's shoddy replacement guide videos. Just pinch and pull to remove the headphones, seems easy enough right? Well not in my experience, I essentially had to surgically remove them from the headset. Further, installing the new pads is another exercise in frustration. Trying to guide in a VERY tight rubber like plastic around the earphones is a test of anyone's patience. All in all I think it is better to spend $25 to keep a pair of headphones you like going, than buying an outright new pair. That said the installation is no where near as easy as Sennheiser's support would lead you to believe.
Date published: 2011-12-05
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