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post #421 of 507

This has probably been mentioned before but the 75 snaps right onto the sporta or porta pro headband. You can pick up sporta pros quite cheap if you look hard and that way you get two really decent phones to play with.
 

post #422 of 507
Right! Or slap those sporta pro drivers on the ksc75 clips to get some wicked ksc35's!
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

 

Very light clamping pressure.

 

Thanks. Good to hear. I gave up trying to find a full size can under $50 that sounds good, is comfy, and has lots of ear space. My KSC75 with headband beats them all in sound and comfort.

post #425 of 507
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Thanks. Good to hear. I gave up trying to find a full size can under $50 that sounds good, is comfy, and has lots of ear space. My KSC75 with headband beats them all in sound and comfort.

 

Have you tried any of the Superlux models?

 

PS if there is any interest, the Phillips earclips, if you can get a headband with good pressure on them are about as detailed a headphone as you could expect. Think 75's without the overwhelming bass. Scary good for 10 bucks a pair.

post #426 of 507
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Originally Posted by Hutnicks View Post

 

Have you tried any of the Superlux models?

 

PS if there is any interest, the Phillips earclips, if you can get a headband with good pressure on them are about as detailed a headphone as you could expect. Think 75's without the overwhelming bass. Scary good for 10 bucks a pair.

 

 

No, but I tried the JVC RX900, which I was told has even larger ear space than the Superluxes. The problem with the RX900 is they are too hot, and they don't sound as good as the KSC75. So I'm going to return them.

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Originally Posted by Hutnicks View Post

 

Have you tried any of the Superlux models?

 

PS if there is any interest, the Phillips earclips, if you can get a headband with good pressure on them are about as detailed a headphone as you could expect. Think 75's without the overwhelming bass. Scary good for 10 bucks a pair.

 

You find the 75's to have overwhelming bass? Not me at all. Possibly you are thinking of the porta pro drivers? Now they have bass that I could see someone finding to be overpowering.

post #428 of 507
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

 

You find the 75's to have overwhelming bass? Not me at all. Possibly you are thinking of the porta pro drivers? Now they have bass that I could see someone finding to be overpowering.

 

I find the 75's to be fairly close to the PP's in the bass end of the spectrum and a little more muddy down there.

 

Edit time. Okay pulled em all out again and sure enough I must have had the porta pro's on the mind as the 75's are much more well behaved (particularly in the sporta headband.). This is what happens when you have far too many portable headphones around.


Edited by Hutnicks - 3/13/13 at 2:52pm
post #429 of 507

I just got my KSC75's and I noticed they do not have the right angle plug anymore. When did they change that? The pair I bought a few years ago had the right angle plug. Thanks.

 

I tried the Porta Pros and I definitely like the KSC75 better.

post #430 of 507

SO i really like the 75's with the headband. I can wear them for a while without any fatigue. I have the mesh but i have no idea how i'm going to cut it! My shears suck

post #431 of 507

I don't like the Parts Express headband as much as my older "Durabrand" headband(that's on my other KSC75). The Parts Express one's adjustment slides WAY too easy. Is there any way to improve that? Thanks.

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I don't like the Parts Express headband as much as my older "Durabrand" headband(that's on my other KSC75). The Parts Express one's adjustment slides WAY too easy. Is there any way to improve that? Thanks.

Sure, wrap a bit of electrical tape or something to increase friction between the extenders and the adjacent headband.

post #433 of 507

If it was just me using it, I would set it properly and then tape it, but....

 

Are you saying to put the tape on the lower section, so the top section can't slide down(making headbnd smaller)?

post #434 of 507

hi guys , I'm fairly new to audio stuff but thx to the 25.00 sound proof headphones instruct-able i have found that if you take some hearing protectors , drill holes for the wires and replace the plastic mesh with chicken wire i get great sound , comfort and if i ever get around to getting a blue tooth adapter it should be perfect
 


Edited by bobXD - 3/17/13 at 11:30pm
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https://plus.google.com/photos/105249152697540400041/albums/5856567985872726001

 

(pictures of modded headphones mentioned above


Edited by bobXD - 3/17/13 at 11:39pm
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