MadManCK wrote: ↑
Wed Jul 05, 2017 9:51 pm
I'm pretty sure you can buy replacement pads. But you never know if they are as comfy as the original ones.
I actually already did, i read alot i mean ALOT of angry comments of Blackshark owners who's ear pads had ripped, so alot suggest a cheap alternative, and some said it felt even better than the stock ones, but at 4 euros i had to try, but they seem to be shipping out of China so could be a good while before i get them. I'm only upset about it being orange, as the OEM's are green.
https://www.amazon.de/dp/B00WJFZ220/ref ... 01_TE_item
But then again i have no clue if Razer has a stock of the ear pads i need for my Blackshark headset, but alot of owners who have dealt with them said that the spare parts are shipped out of USA so the shipping alone would be more than the actual part in most cases. Which was why alot of owners had suggest a the alternative ear pads.
But sure i would to get a good pair of ear pads for my headset but taking the risk of it fitting or not is not a gamble i like to do, but might research it abit more depending on how the new china ear pads fit and feel.
The headset will look like this, i found a customer review who had put the replacement ear pads on his headset, and well he said it was a bit loser in it is fit but the feel was the same, so that is good.
His is the Blackshark Battlefield edition version, why they are orange and not green.
Maybe it'll feel better for the ears, as the stock ones could set abit strange on the ears, but nothing bad, so maybe it is better to have a better ear pad.
But the broken ear pad is sitting really bad on my ear, so it makes it harder to wear it for longer times at a time.