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 I actually find the bass control on both the on-ears and over-ears a bit on the flabby side of things...but considering the price range, I can live with that.
 LOL, I think I'll keep mine. 
 I certainly did...I didn't find them "tizzy", but I agree that the T51p's were more natural sounding. I do like the beyers better, but at $114, hard to beat the value of MOE's.
 Bestbuy had the blue ones on for $114...it was too good a deal to pass up! 
If anyone is interested, I just updated my original listing to include the Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear headphones:   http://www.head-fi.org/t/672743/comparisons-23-of-the-top-closed-portable-headphones-around#post_9622611   If you can snag them at their recent sale price of $120 or less, simply outstanding value for these great headphones!
 But as mentioned, I just got a back up pair fairly recently from Grado? 
 Can someone post photos of these "new pads"? I had both the PS1000 and PS1000e in house and their pads were identical. I've since also bought a brand new pair of bagel pads as a back up...and guess what...still the same. 
I don't think the drop off in SQ would be that big. Actually the QC25's sound more airy and open and are really, really comfortable. And unlike the M500s, actually offer noise isolation (about as good as it gets actually). Another pair of on-ear closed headphones that are even more comfortable are the beyer T51p's.
 Both innerfidelity.com and Audeze use different measurement systems...your pair measures quite flat actually!
 If the failure switched from one side to the other, it is definitely the cable! Something must have "snapped" in the cable when you turned your head? Might I suggest a wonderful Moon Audio or Q Audio aftermarket cable?
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