15cm x 6cm
- 225 Posts. Joined 12/2010
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thx, just made myself a suspension headband with a leather strip and 2 hairbands. works great just hope the leather doesn´t rip because the holes for the bands are near to the edge.
i must say after a simple mode with paxmate and plastilline and also the suspension band these are real good headphones, i´m pleasantly surprised:)
next batch i'll pick up some black elastic..
what is pink ostrich?
if you mail me a piece of material about the size of a sheet of paper, I'll make one out of whatever material you want... with added cost for my time, of course ;)
Bigger/bloated bass (too much for me), deeper/wider soundstage, I had to add layers of transpore over the driver to tame the bass with the Stax pads for my preference. They have a better seal and are more comfortable than the Shure pads but require you to re-tune if you want an accurate low-end.
Heh. I ripped my Shure pads trying to get them on. Best way is to fold the lip that goes around the headphones up all the way around, position the earpad, then slowly fold the lip back down, using your other hand to keep the earpad and lip in place. It isn't easy, but it can be done.
don't know if it will fit w/o modding, but there's this:
there's actually several different styles of 2.5mm trrs on that link.
let us know if it works out.