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How to clean, wash pads without damage them? I am selling my HD650 & i want to give them a good clean... They are in good shape so buying new ones is not necessary...
Water? Or it will "deform" pads?
post #1217 of 36843
how do you tell the differents from an older version of the hd650 to the new version?
post #1218 of 36843
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Originally Posted by valtopps View Post
how do you tell the differents from an older version of the hd650 to the new version?
Holy crap are you lazy or what. Its on about 10 different threads. Better yet, look at the page before this one on this thread.
post #1219 of 36843
i just figured this is the place to ask . but i guess its not. i just love there friendly people here.
i guess i should of read all 800 pages . whats up with the fat kid mom said no snacks today?
post #1220 of 36843
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i just figured this is the place to ask . but i guess its not. i just love there friendly people here.
i guess i should of read all 800 pages . whats up with the fat kid mom said no snacks today?
You can use the search function here in Head-Fi, google or yahoo etc. Questions without prior search for answers cause repetition of contents in forums, leading to inefficiencies in many aspects of forums.
post #1221 of 36843
I just got my HD650 today!


No amp for a few months though, but I just couldn't wait...
post #1222 of 36843
New version has silver screens, old ones has black screens.

Wash the pads in cold water with the same stuff you wash your clothes with. If you use hot water, the dye will run. I massaged the pads first and then rubbed them together. Squeeze as best as you can and leave out to dry.
post #1223 of 36843
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Originally Posted by MomijiTMO View Post
New version has silver screens, old ones has black screens.

Wash the pads in cold water with the same stuff you wash your clothes with. If you use hot water, the dye will run. I massaged the pads first and then rubbed them together. Squeeze as best as you can and leave out to dry.
thank you sir so very much
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post #1225 of 36843
You can see the differences without pulling apart the headphone. Whether the new one is better or not is something I don't care to start a debate over. Lil' Knight has both and I think he said it isn't a huge difference.
post #1226 of 36843
I couldn't pick much if any difference. The degree of burn in makes a far greater difference. Some people like to exaggerate.
post #1227 of 36843
Add pad wear too. I got some new pads and . . . well the headphone sounds different in a bad way.
post #1228 of 36843
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Originally Posted by MomijiTMO View Post
Add pad wear too. I got some new pads and . . . well the headphone sounds different in a bad way.
Agreed. After the pads wear-in a bit, the cans sound better.
post #1229 of 36843
I want my J$ leather pads!
post #1230 of 36843
How is HD650 with classic and film/movie use compared to Denon AH-D2000?
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