Sennheiser Now Sells Spare Parts In Australia

Headphones broken? Cable getting a bit frayed and fuzzy? Lost an earpad? Sennheiser now sells replacement cables, earpads and other bits and pieces for its headphones in Australia through an online store.

Australia is only the third country where Sennheiser headphones are sold to get a dedicated spare parts service -- the other two are the UK and Germany. The online service centre is for headphones only, though, so you won't be able to get replacement bits and pieces for all your Sennheiser mics or other professional or high-end gear.

The entire gamut of Sennheiser headphones is supported, though -- you can buy anything from a set of ear tips for your CX400 in-ear 'phones to a complete headband for the top of the line HD 800.

The new site for you to visit for all your Sennheiser headphone replacement parts needs is service.sennheiser.com.au. [Sennheiser]

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    Good news. A shame some of the prices are a bit stupid however. The momentums replacement cable is $137 (excluding delivery). You can go in store and buy a whole new set of the on-ear version of the headphones for $139 at Dick Smith currently (and I believe they frequently are on sale for less). It looks as though the cable that comes with the on-ear set are interchangeable with the ones you'd get on the more expensive over ear version if required, and of all the parts likely to fail that's probably the most likely I imagine.

    Still nice to see them operating a service site locally though.

    Can someone tell Audio-Technica to do this?

      Check your local musical instruments shop. We don't carry much Audio-Technica so I'm not quite sure what their parts availability is like, but AKG certainly keep Aus stock of spare parts and I believe Beyer do too (as well as Senny obviously).

      Audio Technica leave tons and tons of room inside the cans. If you know how to solder, you can make a 2.5mm cable jack plug and use homemade cables instead.

    I just checked the site, I thought "Great! I don't need to buy new earphones when my sport headphone cables turn to shit." (As I have been through a few pairs already) .
    Nope. Just overpriced earpads for my model.

    Good though, if your headphones are really expensive and you don't mind spending a little more to keep them alive.

    Last edited 25/05/15 3:33 pm

    thats a shame. i got my replacement parts as far back as 2009 from syntec.com.au, the prices were fair and delivery was quick. but now that site goes to the Sennheiser site. currently have HD 280 PRO

    Ordered two sets of Sennheiser 414 ear pads for my Grados. $7.50 each set plus $10 shipping. Arrived in Perth over night. Not too bad considering that the cheapest set on eBay was $19 at the time.

    $92.29 for a set of ear pads for my Pxc450?!?? No chance.

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