MI Super Bass Wireless Headphone Cushion | Replacement For MI Super Bass Wireless Headphones | Protein Leather & Memory Foam Ear Cushion
About this item
Headphone cushions are what make using our headphones comfortable. They provide comfort, grip and even noise isolation so that you can comfortably and securely enjoy your tunes without distraction.
But when they start to wear down, they become less comfortable, less secure, and less capable of isolating sound.
The signs your headphone cushions are worn out - Flattened, Peeling or cracking, Odor, Rips or tears in the seams, etc.
When this happens, you have a 2 options:
You could buy a whole new pair of headphones—which would be a huge waste of money.
You could buy replacement headphone cushions for your MI Super Bass Wireless Headphones from Crysendo.
HOW TO FIX BROKEN HEADPHONE CUSHIONS – THE PERMANENT FIX
Replacing MI Super Bass Wireless Headphones Ear Pads are extremely easy. In most cases, it takes less than 10 minutes. Here are some general guidelines for how to fix your old headphone cushions by replacing them with new ones:
- Gently tug on old cushions to remove them.
- Take Crysendo MI Super Bass wireless headphones cushion replacement.
- Align the edge of your new ear pads with the groove of the headphone ear cups.
- Feed the earpad into the MI Headphone bracket.
- If required, take help of the included installation tool.
- Enjoy your brand new MI Super Bass Wireless Headphones Cushions.
COMFORTABLE & DURABLE : The MI Super Bass wireless headphones ear pads are made of high-quality memory foam and protein leather with upgraded stitching on the inside seams of each ear pad to prevent them from splitting.
ENHANCED SOUND : Your old, beat up ear cushions are negatively affecting the sound performance of your headphones. These earpads comfortably conform to your ear, blocking out noise and dialing in the sound, so you can drift off into the beats.
UNIQUE DESIGN : MI Super Bass Wireless Headphones cushion replacement ear pads are made from extra thick memory foam. Why did we design them like this? To ensure they never flatten and cause discomfort