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post #16 of 24

i should add that its a VERY TINY hole!

post #17 of 24

and another this is that i havnt punctured the centre of the felt, its towards the corners,so the felt around the driver is perfectly intact but yeh, let me know if i just ****ed up my new headphones or not :P

post #18 of 24

I wouldnt worry too much but you should probably put a replacement in place.. I had this issue with some headphones before and it didnt seem to be troubling.

post #19 of 24

Just curious-- what purpose does the polish cloth serve?  Can't I just add the tape over the stock ring or is there a reason the ring is completely replaced?  My (completely unbacked) theory is that the ring protects the driver from reverberation from its housing and the tape serve as another barrier.  So do we save the felt ring in case we want to reverse the mod or is there a reason for replacing it?

post #20 of 24

Hi -- would love to hear from people that have done this mod on results.  Also, what about just removing the felt ring entirely and not replacing it?  

post #21 of 24

OP has been inactive for over 3 years, but if anyone who has done or knows how to do this mod, I would be interested.

post #22 of 24

Me too. I just read another thread where someone was doing some much more intense modding. He was using a Cocobolo ring among other things.
 

post #23 of 24
I saw that, not quite up to it myself though lol.
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Me too. I just read another thread where someone was doing some much more intense modding. He was using a Cocobolo ring among other things.

 
post #24 of 24

Reviving this b/c this is what I'm looking to do with my dt770 LE.  Opened them up and there's no black plastic ring behind the driver.  Every other mod thread about the dt770 I've seen has the black ring.  I'm guessing maybe the 32 ohm version don't have the black rings?  So, I guess no felt mod for me.  I did stuff some polyfill into the cups since I had them open to experiment.  Seems to have tamed boominess.  I need more listening time though.  Any info is appreciated.

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