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post #106 of 311
I have a whiplash custom made wood stand..I think you can pre-order..
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post #108 of 311
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Originally Posted by Towert7 View Post
I passed your message on to him.
Should be interesting to see how they look together!
Well, the LA7000’s with the new stand from Von finally came in!
Here are some teaser photos.











post #109 of 311
I know, it’s been said … Woo FTW

Woo Audio Aluminum Headphone Stand or Woo Audio - Adjustable Height Aluminum Headphone Stand

Subliminal message: they’re great ~_^
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post #111 of 311
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I see a resemblance!

post #112 of 311
CrazyRay, those headphones are GORGEOUS. Be sure to post some opinions on them when you get through burning them in.

Also, let me recommend you pick up a pair of JMoney Denon Lambskin Ear Pads for them. They are very durable and obviously real leather, look MUCH better than the modded stocks, are somewhat thicker than the modded stock pads, and more comfortable after you wear them in a bit.

They also improve sound quality by a lot more than you would expect simple ear pads to be able to do.
post #113 of 311
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Originally Posted by Necrolic View Post
CrazyRay, those headphones are GORGEOUS. Be sure to post some opinions on them when you get through burning them in.

Also, let me recommend you pick up a pair of JMoney Denon Lambskin Ear Pads for them. They are very durable and obviously real leather, look MUCH better than the modded stocks, are somewhat thicker than the modded stock pads, and more comfortable after you wear them in a bit.

They also improve sound quality by a lot more than you would expect simple ear pads to be able to do.
Thanks Necrolic,
I will.
Are they easy to install?
I found the pads on HeadRoom, but no instructions.

EDIT: (I found the instructions and placed the order)


JMoney Denon Lambskin Earpads - Headphone Accessories | HeadRoom Audio

The first thing that I noticed about the LA7000's was the Furutech 1/4” Jack Connector. Damn! It is almost as heavy as the headphones!
Built like a battleship, lovely!!
post #114 of 311
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Originally Posted by CrazyRay View Post
Thanks Necrolic,
I will.
Are they easy to install?
I found the pads on HeadRoom, but no instructions.

EDIT: (I found the instructions and placed the order)


JMoney Denon Lambskin Earpads - Headphone Accessories | HeadRoom Audio

The first thing that I noticed about the LA7000's was the Furutech 1/4” Jack Connector. Damn! It is almost as heavy as the headphones!
Built like a battleship, lovely!!
Haha nice, and yeah they are VERY easy to install, instructions can be found on the JMoney site (I see you found them already).

Enjoy the headphones, took a lot of willpower for me not to buy a pair of LA2000s for myself (LA7000 is just wayyy out of my budget).
post #115 of 311
Yeah, I know!
Its Mac and Cheese for me for awhile.
Good thing! I will loose some weight!!

post #116 of 311
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Originally Posted by Necrolic View Post
CrazyRay, those headphones are GORGEOUS. Be sure to post some opinions on them when you get through burning them in.

Also, let me recommend you pick up a pair of JMoney Denon Lambskin Ear Pads for them. They are very durable and obviously real leather, look MUCH better than the modded stocks, are somewhat thicker than the modded stock pads, and more comfortable after you wear them in a bit.
Hello Necrolic, after talking to Mark at Lawton Audio, I cancelled my order for the JMoney pads. Mark told me that he put allot of thought into his pads and that I should give them a good listen before I made any changes. I am going to take his advice. I can always order them later if I need to.
Now, down to some serious listening!!
post #117 of 311
That's cool, was just a suggestion. I just find the horrific stitching and lumpy padding very unattractive on the stock modded pads, not to mention the fact that the fake leather tends to flake quite quickly.

All I can say is that a lot of people recommended that I get the JMoney's and I have not once regretted my purchase.

But then again, considering how much of a personal thing audio is, always good to give what you have a listen before jumping on possible upgrades.

Post back and let us know what you think of them! I imagine they'll be amazing just by looking at the rest of your setup, should complement them well.
post #118 of 311
I just ordered a new single ($29) Woo. I think they are lovely in their functional simplicity.
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$10 Canadian each, I liked the stainless steel look. There is an extra small hook where I can store the cable/wires but they're not very big, so best I can do is roll up the cable 3-4 times max.

I also bought the small corner table, my desk is just one large flat surface, now I have more space to put my crap. Don't mind the messiness of my table, I've been meaning to clean it for a while. A long while
post #120 of 311
I had been searching around and almost pulled the trigger on the Woo one until I decided that I would get some nice wood and have a go at building a new design myself. I really like it and it holds two headphones easily.
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