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Took some pics, the humidor doesn't *quite* close, but I can just trim the bottom of the plastic mold under the "silk" holding the headphones and it should fit perfectly. The pics don't do justice to the humidor at all, though.

For anyone wondering, it smells of cedar and tobacco, and it's fantastic. :D

 

 

 

 


Edited by Taowolf51 - 3/6/13 at 1:54pm
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Clever wink_face.gif

post #6153 of 7186

If I could mod my Denons with a removable cable (which I don't have the skill to do), it'd be perfect, and I wouldn't have to coil the cable each time I put it away. For the moment, my Denons will stay on my headphone stand, but I'll keep the humidor as an option for later. :)

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Tobacco smell can be very hard to get rid of later.
 

post #6155 of 7186

It doesn't smell like tobacco smoke, just a faint hint of the cured leaves. The cedar smell is much stronger.

post #6156 of 7186

Hi all,

 

I have just purchased the th900's and am I'm love with them. I am using them at work a lot and I work in an office. The problem is I want to turn them up but can't because if the sound leakage. Have been reading about the LA mods and was wondering if they reduce sound leakage at all or do they just change the sound signature. I know this is not the right forum but I am guessing there wouldn't be much difference and probably more d7000 owners done this mod than the th900 owners. If they do reduce leakage is by much? If not is there any other recommendations? 

post #6157 of 7186

on my modded 7000s  i think it did very little to stop the leakage,

post #6158 of 7186

I didn't notice a drop in leakage, but that may be because I don't listen to music loud enough to cause noticeable sound leakage.

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Any recommendations on how to reduce leakage?

post #6160 of 7186

Turn the volume down or buy a set of closed headphones.

post #6161 of 7186

Palmfish is right. As far as I know, those are the only two things that will help in this situation. All the mods attempted to reduce sound leakage ended up causing fairly significant drops in sound quality as well.

post #6162 of 7186

Joe, I found the TH900 to be weird, outside noise could easily pass inside, but sound escaping outside was quite good, about the 70% volume mark before people could hear it slightly.

 

Ohhh, and i'll cry if you drill a hole in the TH900.


Edited by belisk - 3/19/13 at 4:30am
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Never mind...
Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 3/21/13 at 1:19pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Taowolf51 View Post

Took some pics, the humidor doesn't *quite* close, but I can just trim the bottom of the plastic mold under the "silk" holding the headphones and it should fit perfectly. The pics don't do justice to the humidor at all, though.

For anyone wondering, it smells of cedar and tobacco, and it's fantastic. :D

 

 

 

Sweet!!

post #6165 of 7186

Hey guys, my headband is getting a little wavy.  Is there a way to fix it, or a way to order a replacement headband?

 

Can add a pic or two if needed.  It feels fine; just looks kinda weird.

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