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Flat dynamic type?

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Only a SFI would fit in there IMHO, the 32Ω spec is a dead give-away too.

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Finally got around to adulterating my pair of Audio Technica ATH-M2's.


ATH-M2 frame, PMB 6 drivers, "rip-off" Audio Technica replacement pads of forgotten model number, stock damping foam and 38mm yellow fiberglass discs.




Where the ATH-M2 drivers were "peaky" in the midrange like we know SFI's to be, these are perhaps mildly recessed, yet otherwise very flat to my ears. This is the best I've ever heard the PMB 6 drivers sound, these are way more comfortable than the stock ATH-M2 (ATH-2 earpads are like racing flats, there's no cush to them whatsoever), and I actually prefer the sound to the stock M2 as well. Overall I'm very happy with how these turned out. Easily gift-able, I think they'd be a very nice intro into ortho's, or hi-fi headphones in general.


And, for the sake of those who might be interested, I really don't need the stock M2 drivers (150Ohm SFI's, basically) and contemplated putting up an ad. PM me if interested and we can work something out.

Edited by khbaur330162 - 9/5/14 at 2:10pm
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Pm sent.
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Good day!


It`s HOK 80-2 (snorry mod).



harmonics without warm up


with warm up after 1 hours




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That's an impressive first post... especially considering you signed up nearly 5 years ago :eek:

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That's why it's impressive. It's taken him 5 years to put it together.  :D

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I think ​​snorry sells modded planar headphones,you can find some old pics too. His work both visual and how he tunes fr is quite impressive.
Edited by MuZo2 - 9/17/14 at 11:07am
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This is not my mod, and made ​​snorry (Sergei Novosibirsk), you can find his on the forum doctorhead ru

And what I post, if there was nothing to post? I was just reading.

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Does anyone know the best way to open Fostex T30?


Thanks in advance.

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remove the screws :wink_face:

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Originally Posted by dBel84 View Post

remove the screws wink_face.gif


I was about to use my blow torch and ball peen hammer.
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I saw the reply before I saw who wrote it. It had to be either you or Armaegis
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Nah, I would have suggested the dremel :D

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