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Here are a couple more pictures and angles. The holes do not need modified.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by cCasper TFG View Post

If you know how to solder and can disassemble and reassemble the headphones without hurting them it can be fairly easy.

Yes on both questions. Have opened them several times for the markL mod and I have soldered some cables previously. Big thanks for this. Looking forward to this project. Just need to find the connector from somewhere.
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Hey, thanks for the pic and advice, they're much appreciated :beerchug:. I'll talk to the mod guy about this.....

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Originally Posted by HiFiRobot View Post

Yes on both questions. Have opened them several times for the markL mod and I have soldered some cables previously. Big thanks for this. Looking forward to this project. Just need to find the connector from somewhere.
Gp to vetco for the chassis mount connectors. Just search smc chassis connector in Google and vetco results should pop up.
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Gp to vetco for the chassis mount connectors. Just search smc chassis connector in Google and vetco results should pop up.

 

I'm in Europe so hopefully I can find something nearer or with cheap shipping (China). Vetco charges $23,95 for international shipping =(

 

Would this one work you think?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PANEL-MOUNT-SMC-FEMALE-bsa8a-/400267120835?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item5d31c790c3

 

Compared to the Vetco which I presume is this one

http://www.vetco.net/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=72_295&products_id=7368&osCsid=tk8fs00b5dn4190jq88sg3djm6

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I'm in Europe so hopefully I can find something nearer or with cheap shipping (China). Vetco charges $23,95 for international shipping =(

 

Would this one work you think?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PANEL-MOUNT-SMC-FEMALE-bsa8a-/400267120835?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item5d31c790c3

 

Compared to the Vetco which I presume is this one

http://www.vetco.net/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=72_295&products_id=7368&osCsid=tk8fs00b5dn4190jq88sg3djm6

Yes, order a set of those. Those are the ones I use and they are great. Post pictures of the finished product when you're finished!

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Left: Denon D2000

Middle: Denon D5000

Right: Denon D7000

 

All with aftermarket wooden cups. 

 

Shot this at a local Head-fi meet.

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If anyone is thinking of ordering Replacement earpads from Chinese Ebay vendors. This is what you probably will be getting. 

 

Ebay search "Replacement Ear Pads Cushion For AH D2000". 

 

Bought them for some DIY earpad stuffing so we'll see how that works out.

 

D2000 originals to the left, Ebay replacement pads on the right. Not the original thickness which was a disappointment.

 

 

 

 

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Ok stitching removed and first earpad stuffed. We are getting somewhere. Will try to put in more but it is tricky.

 

Original Denon D2000 pads to the left, DIY stuffed Ebay pads to the right.

 

 

The stuff I used. Some kind of fiberfilling. Put in a lot more than what's in the picture.


Edited by HiFiRobot - 5/1/15 at 5:07am
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Hey hifi, awesome project you've got going on. I hope those mold around your ear better than the stockers, that would be an awesome modification if so.
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Hey hifi, awesome project you've got going on. I hope those mold around your ear better than the stockers, that would be an awesome modification if so.

 

Thanks. The fit and sound is about the same currently. Ebay pads somewhat denser/harder now than originals because of all the filling. Still not getting in as much as I'd like of the filling. Gonna give it another go, lets hope they don't crack =)

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blimey its been a while since i last posted on head-fi... 

 

i wanted to show off my new wooden cups i got from Lohb. pics are from my phone - i do apologize 

 

 

 

 

 

 

theyre stunning if you ask me - truely.

 

many thanks to Lohb for his great product and all his help :beyersmile: 

cheers

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