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  • noun Plural form of earpad.


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  • The crisp sound and ultra-soft velour earpads mean you could wear them for hours and not realize it. $570,

    High Fidelity, High Fashion 2011

  • The interchangeable earpads ensure comfort on a variety of ear types. $199, dijitalfix. com

    The New Tech Collectibles Tom Samiljan 2010

  • Admittedly low comfort, but the socks and replacement earpads can easily resolve this.

    oatcake Diary Entry oatcake 2003

  • Also, I found if you stuck the earpads in boiling water for a short while it softens them up nicely.

    oatcake Diary Entry oatcake 2003

  • It was a slender young man, dressed in dungarees and topped off with earpads and an incongruous, pillbox cap, bright with gold braid and Insignia.

    The Past Through Tomorrow Heinlein, Robert A. 1967

  • There's an adjustable strap, cushioned earpads, and a stereo plug for top sound quality, so you know they'll work as beautifully as they look.

    Stylehive Blog Lisanne Silverman 2010

  • The MDR-570s are a closed-cup headphone with slim headband and urethane-cushioned earpads.

    Pocket-lint Duncan Geere 2010

  • They're aimed at younger listeners, and also have urethane-cushioned earpads.

    Pocket-lint Duncan Geere 2010

  • The earpads are very comfortable; the only thing I'd say is that the headband clamps your ears quite tightly. spl23 2010

  • Your ears can get a bit warm under the earpads, but they are no worse in this respect than any other on-ear phones I've used. spl23 2010


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