Koss Portable Replacement Cushions
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- Fits Koss KSC11, KSC17, KSC75, PortaPro, and KTXPro1 headphones
- Open, hear-through design
- 6 per pack
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The Koss Portable Replacement Cushions pack contains six matching foam cushions, compatible with the following Koss headphones: KSC7, KSC17, Recovery, RecoveryK, KSC75, KTXPRO1, KTX8, PortaPro, and Sportapro.
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So glad I did. The new pads are a perfect fit for my Portapro. Installation was painless and took seconds. The headphones feel so much more comfortable with the new pads on. But the best part was the sound quality. Holy moly, I forgot how good these sound. The new pads completely restored the highs and the sound stage. The clarity is a lot closer to my Grados than I remember... and that's saying something.
Without a doubt, if you need replacement pads, these should do just fine.
Actually it does snap apart, but there is a dab of stretchy adhesive on the center junction where the two parts snap together. Use a fairly wide flathead screwdriver so that you can twist it to create a big gap. Work your way around with the screwdriver until you have loosened the hold of the adhesive and created a large enough gap so that you can grasp the black plastic part with one hand while holding onto the silver enclosure part with the other. Gently twist a little but mostly pull it apart until it breaks free. See the image for how it looks when you get it apart.
You might pick out any excess adhesive that may get in the way of reassembly. Pull or cut out remnants of the old pad and replace with the new pad. Gently tug it into place, and push your finger along the surface from the center to the edge to help evenly distribute the new pad so that it covers the spiky nubs. To reassemble first make sure that the rubber cord strain relief is wedged in the notch on the silver enclosure. Then align the fastener part on the back of the black speaker with the corresponding part in the center of the silver enclosure. It is challenging to tell if you have it aligned correctly, but with visual approximation and a light touch you can do it. Making sure the wire is not going to be pinned in the center snapping fastener, press firmly and it will click into place.
The cushion outer shape is a round disk, 1 7/8 inches in diameter and 3/8 inch thick. The opening in one of the disk's flat surfaces, that you stretch over your headset earpiece, is round and 1 1/4 inches in diameter. The space within the cushion that fits the outer diameter of your headset earpiece appears to be 1 5/8 inches diameter. I'd have known this product didn't match my needs if some other review had mentioned these dimensions, so there they are. They are very nice cushions if they're the size you need.