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sennheiser HD 515 : replacing my cable

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Hi everyone :D

 

So about 2-3 years ago, I bought my first "Real" set of headphones and decided on the HD 515s by sennheiser because I found them for only 60$ and heard a lot of good things about sennheiser.

 

Unforunately, I owned a dog for about 2 months in that time, and it chewed through the wires right on the end of the cable (where it comes out of the earbud)

 

it worked fine for a while, but I knew over time the cable would start tearing, and now the sound doesn't go through both ears completely, causing the sound to "flicker" on each ear

 

I was wondering if I could find a replacement cable(and I also have no idea HOW to change them)

 

 I really don't have the money to buy a new set of headphones(poor college student :/)

thank for the help :D 

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http://www.amazon.com/Cable-SENNHEISER-HD595-HD555-Headphones/dp/B008JHJH96/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1349223483&sr=8-1&keywords=replacement+cable+cord+sennheiser+hd595+hd555+hd515

 

your going to have to take take the pads off, take the cloth cover thing out, unscrew the driver housing being careful to not to drop the screws on the driver and it should be a quick swap.

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