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post #1 of 310
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I just wanted to take a moment and recognize Jeremy (JMoney Audio) for his work on the new Denon ear pads, they are really a nice piece of work.

I had purchased a set of the Beyer ear pads from Jeremy previously, and ummm...liberated (!) a V3 headband for my 1000 Grado's from Craig at Whiplash Audio that Jeremy made and so I have been a satisfied customer already familiar with his work.

However, the Denon ear pads are his finest work so far, methinks. Really well made, fit well, nice leather, and they are thicker than the stock pads. If you have a set of Denon's, get a pair of these from Jeremy today.

Yes, I paid full price. No, I don't have a business relationship with Jeremy. I gain nothing if he sells more pads, and lose nothing if he goes out of business. I just felt strongly enough that this is a good product, that deserves some recognition, that I wanted to post here about it.

The below photo is one that I found floating around Head-Fi, I did not take it. I will try to snap a photo of my Denon's with the JMoney pads soon, if I get time.



Peace,

Lee
post #2 of 310
Good to hear nice comments like these. Been trying to decide whether or not to get a V3 headband for my sr-80s. Can you commment on how much difference they made for you.
post #3 of 310
Real leather pads would be like a nice sofa on my head! Mmmm comfy
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Originally Posted by drizzt View Post
Good to hear nice comments like these. Been trying to decide whether or not to get a V3 headband for my sr-80s. Can you commment on how much difference they made for you.
Way more comfortable than the stock headband, makes them sit on my head better. No comparison, IMO, go for it.

Lee
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Real leather pads would be like a nice sofa on my head! Mmmm comfy
Ha! My Denon's are like setting a nice, comfy, overstuffed sofa on my head now. They sound better though.

Peace,

lee
post #6 of 310
Are these currently available to the common public?
post #7 of 310
No joke question - can Jeremy (or anyone else) do up replacement pads in anything other than leather? I am considering trying out D2K or D5K's, but I'm not a fan of leather. The availability of something a little more breathable would be a decision point.

Thanks
post #8 of 310
why is his site down and suspended?
post #9 of 310
He forgot to pay a bill.
post #10 of 310
so much for me checking out the Denon pads, what's the price of a pair?
post #11 of 310
IRCC it is 43 bucks or 48 bucks.

I will call him tomorrow if Denon pads are really available for normal customer... I am sure he is now selling beyer pads...
post #12 of 310
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Originally Posted by wnmnkh View Post
IRCC it is 43 bucks or 48 bucks.

I will call him tomorrow if Denon pads are really available for normal customer... I am sure he is now selling beyer pads...
Ha, I didn't know that he wasn't offering them yet! Or maybe he is? If not, he must be close to releasing them.

I'll alert him to this thread, perhaps he can respond as to availability.

EDIT--I can't remember how much they cost, between $50-$60 seems correct.

Peace,

Lee
post #13 of 310
Maybe he sold it to you as review purpose (since you are also a member of trade/sponsor) like Skylab received his beyer pads much earlier than actual release.
post #14 of 310
If there are thicker or equal to the "MarkL" style - I'm all over them!!
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Originally Posted by guitarplayer View Post
Ha, I didn't know that he wasn't offering them yet! Or maybe he is? If not, he must be close to releasing them.

I'll alert him to this thread, perhaps he can respond as to availability.

EDIT--I can't remember how much they cost, between $50-$60 seems correct.

Peace,

Lee
I've been watching like a hawk and have seen nothing from him announcing the Denon pads are available yet. The leather Beyer pads are out per his MOT thread.

EDIT: http://www.head-fi.org/forums/5833492-post173.html
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