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post #2956 of 3009

Assemble done. Not a bad combination once completed. But I think I prefer matte black since more scratch resistant and applying clear layer is pain in the ass for this kind of job.

 

 

 

 

post #2957 of 3009
I like how they look now, pretty cool colors and the contrast with black is awesome.
Edited by cmarti - 12/15/13 at 7:18pm
post #2958 of 3009

Looks trippy haha. Fun job nonetheless. 

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I haven't read through this thread in a long time. Anyone recable these things? I'd like to recable mine at some point...I hate the junk cable that came on them.

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Silver blue is nice combo. Not really like the black cushioning. In the end looks better than your previous pics.

 

Anyway I really appreciate this headphone. It's so comfortable and light and the sound is so smooth= Long hearing sessions. I can even fall alseep with it. The thick cups and cushions works as a pillow.

 

 

 

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Silver blue is nice combo. Not really like the black cushioning. In the end looks better than your previous pics.

 

Anyway I really appreciate this headphone. It's so comfortable and light and the sound is so smooth= Long hearing sessions. I can even fall alseep with it. The thick cups and cushions works as a pillow.

 

 

 

 

 

I wish my head was small enough to do the same. The clamp is too strong for me to do this :(

post #2962 of 3009
Hmm I have a boxing doll. I put the headphone on it....result comfortable fit. I am like 6'2 280. Not a small guy
post #2963 of 3009

I have a HD650 here and just swapped the headband and cup holders (no pun intended) and its much more comfortable now for longer listening sessions!

post #2964 of 3009

I've tried stretching them at crazy angles over books and speakers, sometimes for over a week at a time, and it doesn't seem to do much. 

 

:(

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I've tried stretching them at crazy angles over books and speakers, sometimes for over a week at a time, and it doesn't seem to do much. 

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I would spend my time trying to do the opposite. The fact that they do get much less tight over time is IMO a flawed design. It's crazy the difference between new ones and mine, even when it was just a few months in. It's less comfortable to me personally and it actually sounds worse. It's much less bothersome during long sessions when they're snug in one place rather than simply staying one due to their shape and light unbalanced remaining pressure. The pads are really comfortable so I dunno... My friend also has a big head and he feels the same way.

There are different pads though but looking at the picture, yours seem to be the comfortable ones. I've been looking forever now to try and actually find those for sale. Nobody sells the quality ones anymore...
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lovely dino eggs :P

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lovely dino eggs :P

+1 very nice indeed!

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4GLiznpA-4

 

on my 1000ohm FA-003's = amazing.

 

DNB + 11pm-2am = listening bliss really get's you in the mood.

post #2970 of 3009

Hi Guys,

 

I was wondering if these SRH840 ear cushions would fit with the FA-003 as i'm not sure whether there is a flange for the earpad disc to tuck into. 

(the black plastic disc that used to tuck inside the earpad and then slot into the headphone)

 

Also if there are any other better alternatives you guys can recommend would be much appreciated.

 

http://www.amazon.com/Shure-HPAEC840-Replacement-Cushions-Headphones/dp/B002Z9JWZS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1375643950&sr=8-1&keywords=Shure+HPAEC840

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