Taking care of your Sennheiser headphones

Published: 14th March 2011
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You've invested in a brand new pair of Sennheiser headphones and you're chuffed to bits. But what happens six months down the line when they've become grubby, unloved and quite frankly, a bit sad looking?



Mitigate the risk of your precious investment feeling unloved by taking on board these few handy maintenance tips, sure to keep your Sennheiser headphones feeling tip-top after everyday use. These tips will ensure the longevity of your headphones, make their sound reproduction the best-possible quality, and help to keep them clean.



First things first - read the instructions and manual thoroughly before doing anything with your headphones. There may be vital information in there that relates to things your headphones cannot be exposed to.



Secondly, be sure to keep your investment away from any liquid; keep them dry, dehumidified and do not leave them exposed to any extreme temperates. It's important they don't get damp, so don't let them in any areas that would leave the headphones subject to moisture in the air.



Store your headphones in a dust-free, clean environment (not at the bottom of your handbag) and make you know where you can source spare parts from, should anything unexpectedly get lost or go wrong.



To keep the headphones clean, use a dry cloth to wipe away any dust or grime on a regular basis. For the padded part, you can use a very slightly damp cloth.



For harder to reach parts, using a soft cotton bud can also be handy; however be careful you don't disrupt any internal wiring when doing so.



If you have a holder, hand your headphones on this as it can mitigate the risk of any dust building up; and be sure to replace any worn-away adapters as soon as possible, so as not to risk the quality of the rest of the headset.



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