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post #10231 of 10570

I am thinking more like and Audeze pad?  Even though those are really angled.  But if they didn't have that angle they would be donut shapped. confused.gif

post #10232 of 10570
How would that work for comfort though? On the other hand, looking at your face, I can see how you could be comfortable, as your ears doesn't seem to pop out much.

As for flat donut pads... Nothing came to mind..
post #10233 of 10570

Shure 550 and 750 comes to mind. Pics of them in the big Roundup thread.

post #10234 of 10570

The 750 pads are big enough to sit around the ear though. 

post #10235 of 10570

what do you guys think about the mad dog mod?

post #10236 of 10570

The Mad Dog thread is flooded with people who love them. I don't see very many complaints in there. From what I read about them, it sounds like they may be too dark for me. I would definitely not consider my self modded T50rp to be dark. 

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what do you guys think about the mad dog mod?

post #10237 of 10570
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The Mad Dog thread is flooded with people who love them. I don't see very many complaints in there. From what I read about them, it sounds like they may be too dark for me. I would definitely not consider my self modded T50rp to be dark. 
Yeah, they're definitely pretty dark compared to some of the mods out there. The treble still sparkles, but it's not forward in any way, shape, or form.
post #10238 of 10570

from what I saw in the DIY kit for mad dog its just a difference in pads and cable no? what sound would the shure 840 pads have?

post #10239 of 10570

Not sure, I am using the same V-Moda cable and the Alpha pads on my self modded T50rp. After a few weeks of tweaking I got them sounding great, I actually like them more than my Q701, which I never thought I would. 

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from what I saw in the DIY kit for mad dog its just a difference in pads and cable no? what sound would the shure 840 pads have?

The sound of the 840 pads will have a lot to do with the other mods being done as well. Simply just swapping out the stock pads for the 840 pads though will increase bass quantity, and bass extension. It is a good place to start, but definitely play with other mods as well.


Edited by jasonb - 6/22/13 at 5:05am
post #10240 of 10570

hey guys i am upgrading to the t50rp's and plan on modding i currently have a fiio e11 amp because thats all i needed to drive my old headphones. coming out of an ipod with an lod cable should this power them untill i can get a respectfull amp?

post #10241 of 10570

do you know his mod process, like the materials i am debating on just doing the grodan rockwool and shure 840 pads. is it worth it to do the cotton, fiberglass, felt, ect.?

post #10242 of 10570
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do you know his mod process, like the materials i am debating on just doing the grodan rockwool and shure 840 pads. is it worth it to do the cotton, fiberglass, felt, ect.?


Right now I'm just running the rock wool. Not exactly sure what method most people are using but I made sure to get a decent layer or rock wool on top of paxmate pyramids covering the entire inner portion of the cup. I would say play around until you hit your desired sound.

post #10243 of 10570
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do you know his mod process, like the materials i am debating on just doing the grodan rockwool and shure 840 pads. is it worth it to do the cotton, fiberglass, felt, ect.?

 

Visit BMF's Incremental mod thread, then do an internal search on "BMF Rock Wool Mod - Improved".  

 

I think the rock wool mod is super easy to install and gives pretty terrific results out-of-the-box. But the best sounding T50RPs I have are DBV#3. Mind you, they were meticulously tuned by BMF to a degree that I would never have the patience or skill to achieve myself. 

post #10244 of 10570
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... Mind you, they were meticulously tuned by BMF to a degree that I would never have the patience or skill to achieve myself. 

hey, you & me both ... that's why my current set are still unmodded (less earpads) ... but one of these days ...

post #10245 of 10570
To fill baffles can I use lyra school past?
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