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Happy to help if syNRG for any reason is unable to.
Definately.
So Tyll posted the measurements: http://www.innerfidelity.com/images/MasterDynamicMH40.pdf and said:
 Yes I own them (pro500s). They have a great powerful sound. There is a thread here on them with quite a few people being impressed by them. IMO Yamaha made a mistake of styling them on the beats, so no audiophile wanted to touch them and people who wanted beats bought beats.
Fixed the issue. You can remove the earcup with its rail from the headband and screw / rotate the plastic bit that holds them till its firm.   By the way I really love their sound. Punchy, articulate, textural and the vocals really shine.   Also they are very comfy, I wear super chunky glasses and they don't even touch each other.
Can you please ask them when the mh30s will be available. And how do the 2 models compare sound wise?Thanks.
Does anyone know if you can swivel the ear cups like on the DT1350s in this image:   http://www.innerfidelity.com/images/beyer_dt1350_photo_folded.jpg   I can swivel mine like that, but when I straighten them up they start swivelling really easily. I don't know how to "lock" them back into position... if that is at all possible. The store I got them from said I can take them back, but if I am doing something wrong I would like to know.
lets enjoy I got mine last week and am really loving the sound. They look very stylish too, sort of video game techy.  Here are some reviews:Quote from http://www.headfonia.com/amazing-beyerdynamic-t51p/Quote from http://www.cnet.com/au/products/beyerdynamic-t-51-p/Quote from http://www.whathifi.com/beyerdynamic/t51p/review Quote from http://www.inearspace.co.uk/inearspace/Beyerdynamic_T51p_Headphone_Review.html
 I get what you mean, but hopefully because it is Steve, the fluffed up mainstream cnet article actually has some basis to it.
http://www.cnet.com/au/news/move-over-beats-master-dynamics-mh40-headphones-win-on-quality/   "NAD's Viso HP50 quickly established itself as the $300 audiophile headphone to beat, and it didn't take long for the MH40 to prove itself a worthy adversary. The HP50 sounded a little richer on vocals and made more bass, the MH40 was more transparent and spacious. Really deep bass coursing through the "Gravity" soundtrack was taut and precise on the MH40. Both headphones have...
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