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Originally Posted by foolsgold1986 View Post

Yes, but what I am saying is that I can't find their history anywhere and I swear they had a model very similar a long time ago.

 

Try here:

 

http://www.headphone.com/learning-center/

 

Use the 'Headphone Archive' menu in the top left corner. They have pretty much every headphone Sennheiser has released since you were 18. I doubt you'll find any that look like the Momentums.

post #10757 of 27531

thank you all for being so helpful

post #10758 of 27531
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Originally Posted by foolsgold1986 View Post

Yes, but what I am saying is that I can't find their history anywhere and I swear they had a model very similar a long time ago.

 

Not to be obvious, but they have no history because, well, they're new. biggrin.gif They were introduced in September of 2012.


Edited by swmtnbiker - 2/13/13 at 6:01pm
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Originally Posted by dpippel View Post

 

Not to be obvious, but they have no history because, well, they're new. biggrin.gif They were introduced in September of 2012.

 

I think he meant Sennheiser's history. But I digress... lets get back on topic.

post #10760 of 27531

Just gotten a silver cable onto my hd650....

and swapped out the thin foam over the drivers, for a thin sheet of old stockings,

the sound is JUST RIGHT for my ears, smooth, bodacious with hints of clarity :P

Late nite listening, a glass of oaky shiraz, and choral music....this v comfy hd650 is perfect atsmile.gif


Edited by Lorspeaker - 2/13/13 at 6:27pm
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

Just gotten a silver cable onto my hd650....
and swapped out the thin foam over the drivers, for a thin sheet of old stockings,
the sound is JUST RIGHT for my ears, smooth, bodacious with hints of clarity :P
atsmile.gif
Nice! Glad you like them!
post #10762 of 27531
After a week, I can confidently say that I absolutely love my HD650s! biggrin.gif Nice smooth, relaxed sound that makes even bright, fatiguing CDs tolerable, no, enjoyable! (Disclaimer: I'm a vinyl man).
post #10763 of 27531

These cans are so easy to listen to, effortless is the word.

Creep by Radiohead and The White Stripes aren't harsh anymore!

post #10764 of 27531

I agree... very smooth and relaxing. 

post #10765 of 27531
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Originally Posted by Rem0o View Post


Creep by Radiohead and The White Stripes aren't harsh anymore!

 

Depends on your taste in music I guess. wink.gif

post #10766 of 27531

Hey does anyone know a link to J$?  I am looking to get some awesome leather pads for my 650.  Listening to Sharon Van Etten right now and it is sounds amazing.

post #10767 of 27531
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Originally Posted by foolsgold1986 View Post

Hey does anyone know a link to J$?  I am looking to get some awesome leather pads for my 650.  Listening to Sharon Van Etten right now and it is sounds amazing.

 

Bear in mind that different ear pad material will alter the sound of your headphones.

post #10768 of 27531
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Originally Posted by foolsgold1986 View Post

Hey does anyone know a link to J$?  I am looking to get some awesome leather pads for my 650.  
http://www.head-fi.org/t/638706/the-end-of-jmoney-audio-and-christmas-giveaway
post #10769 of 27531
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Originally Posted by foolsgold1986 View Post

Hey does anyone know a link to J$?  I am looking to get some awesome leather pads for my 650.  Listening to Sharon Van Etten right now and it is sounds amazing.

 

J$ doesn't have leather ear pads for the HD-650.  Only Beyerdynamic and Denon angle pads.  

 

On the other hand, we need to petition Sennheiser to reduce the cost of the HD-580/600 and 650 pads.  $58-59 is crazy for velour pads.  Even their pads for the HD-555/595/518/558 and 598 any run about $18 a pair (plus shipping.)

post #10770 of 27531
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Originally Posted by wje View Post

 

J$ doesn't have leather ear pads for the HD-650.  Only Beyerdynamic and Denon angle pads.  

 

On the other hand, we need to petition Sennheiser to reduce the cost of the HD-580/600 and 650 pads.  $58-59 is crazy for velour pads.  Even their pads for the HD-555/595/518/558 and 598 any run about $18 a pair (plus shipping.)

 

$46/pair directly from Sennheiser. That's not that bad. What hurts is the markup from other places...

Sennheiser is also really fast in shipping parts out.

 

BTW my pads are really old. I don't want to know how much worse new pads would sound... I'll be afraid that the mids will be much less forward.


Edited by tdockweiler - 2/14/13 at 8:54am
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