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post #271 of 821
The SR80 pads should fit the SR225i's right? the diameter didn't change right?
post #272 of 821
just look at the design and you will see if its i or the vintage version
post #273 of 821
No worries, you can swap around as much as ever before.
post #274 of 821
cant wait for the grados!!!!
post #275 of 821
Got the Grados on the 28th of Feb. They sound quite amazing~
post #276 of 821
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Originally Posted by NeonPirateKing View Post
Got the Grados on the 28th of Feb. They sound quite amazing~
Good to hear that! what other headphones have you had in the past ?

im still waiting for mine...wonder what the is it taking a while for moon audio to ship it??? hmmm!
post #277 of 821
Does anyone know where to get the cheapest SR225i online, in the US? I have a friend who's coming home in April, so I can tell him to get one for me
post #278 of 821
Mine should arrive Wednesday! I have the SR80, but don't like the pads and hell, I have upgraditis anyways!
post #279 of 821
I hope with sr225 your upgraditis stops. Now I do not want other 'phones. I am totally in love with the sr225 now, they are just so freaking swwet
post #280 of 821
Believe me Bullseye, I hope it stops too. The problem is that I think the open cans are eventually going to get to my coworkers so I may end up buying a set of DT770 Pros.

"I hate you Head-Fi"
Sincere Regards,
Dat Dude's Bank Account.
post #281 of 821
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Mine should arrive Wednesday! I have the SR80, but don't like the pads and hell, I have upgraditis anyways!
Same pads on the 225, dude.
post #282 of 821
Sorry guys, it won't stop. The SR-225's were my first set of good cans, less than six months later I'm in for almost $2000, including the GS-1000's.


Say good bye to any financial plans you have for the next little while
post #283 of 821
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Originally Posted by limpidglitch View Post
Same pads on the 225, dude.
Yes and no. They have the open center and the SR80's do not...I believe.
post #284 of 821
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Originally Posted by David_N View Post
Sorry guys, it won't stop. The SR-225's were my first set of good cans, less than six months later I'm in for almost $2000, including the GS-1000's.


Say good bye to any financial plans you have for the next little while
oh you're not done yet...bwahhhahhaa...bwahhhahah
post #285 of 821
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Originally Posted by David_N View Post
Sorry guys, it won't stop. The SR-225's were my first set of good cans, less than six months later I'm in for almost $2000, including the GS-1000's.


Say good bye to any financial plans you have for the next little while
Totally agreeing with you, and now with the PS1000? It's a tough hobby all right.

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Originally Posted by Dat_Dude View Post
Yes and no. They have the open center and the SR80's do not...I believe.
The stock pads for the SR80 are the same as the stock pads on the SR225.
If you bought them used together with flat pads, or bought the revised SR80i version,
then you're right. Hope you enjoy them anyways, they're great phones, I've enjoyed them so much that I've got two pairs at the moment, one modded and one stock.
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