19 comments on “Welltech wireless headphones – batteries replacement

  1. Thanks for the info ! i’d changed my batteries but he wont charge sow i thought the headphone was broke, stupid protective thingy :p thanks !!

  2. Congratulations. Your electronic “teach” is wonderful. My welltech is alredy working. Thank you!!!!


  4. Hi – I had just replaced a wire to battery terminal that had corroded and gone o/c, caused by a leaking battery. Then fitted batteries that had been charged on a separate charger. All worked fine EXCEPT it did not charge. Fortunately thought of looking for manual on www – saw your advice – all working fine now! Thanks a 10**6! John in Scotland.

  5. Thank you very much for your effort and sharing with us your findings! I really like these headphones!
    (mainly because they are compatible with other brand, but same frequency transmitters). I have one transmitter connected to my TV, and one to my PC (on different channels), so I can change the “source” with a single button on my headphones. 🙂
    Thanks again!:)
    Zoltan from Hungary

  6. Thank you very much for the tip. After a long time not using them I have put them back to life thanks to your advice 😉

  7. Fantastic info. And the extra mile with the antenna replacement. Cheap at half the price!
    If I may impose on your knowledge further… I assume that you replaced the cable coming out of the ‘audio in’ with this?
    Many thanks

  8. Hi there. Can I ask you a really stupid question. How do you remove the cover to access the battery location? I’m tempted to horse into the foam with a screwdriver but I know there’s an easier way. Any takers on this one ??

    • Hi, separate the foam from the speakers like a tire from its rim.
      It is not necessary to break anything.
      One battery at each ear.

  9. After just reading the comments great replies .
    is there any way of buying new foam covers from a supplier
    if still available as mine need replacing as the rubber coating has flaked.

    • Hi, I do not know if there are any original spares available for these, probably hard to find.
      I would have a look around for similar sized donors of other makes.

      • Thank for your reply i shall look for donors of makes and get back to you if iv’e achieved anything.

  10. Thanks for the helpful info + pics. I’ve just started to use my headphones again and battery life is limited so I now know what to do.

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