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post #91 of 98

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Originally Posted by ULTRA-HARMONICS View Post

Napalm,

 

Does your driver brackets look like these? The reason I ask, I could not fit the cups without cutting the posts. The cups would not sit flush with the bottom of the bracket lip.

 

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Yep. That's them. I'll post some pics (though probably not the best quality) of what I did tomorrow.

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Just curious but when did you get yours?


This summer

post #93 of 98

Hi there, where can i get D7000 cups for two pairs of D2k?  How much could it cost? Anyone?

post #94 of 98

Can i join the club? :D

 

 

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Edited by Drake22 - 3/23/11 at 11:10am
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Can i join the club? :D

 
 


Wow... beautiful.

How do they sound?
 

 

post #96 of 98

I pretty much did the same thing with  mine. I went all out. I did the markl mod, d7k cups, jmoney earpads, and a recable. The end result was something that didn't sound anything like a d2k. The mids were much warmer, bass was tight, and sibilance was greatly reduced. But on the other hand, I lost a lot of the things I did like about the d2k's. I also wondered how close they would sound to the real d7k's. Well now since I own a pair, judging from memory, it's not even close. The  modded d2k's did sound better than stock, but still no d7k. But it was a very fun project. Drake22 you did a very nice job on those. What cable did you use?


 

post #97 of 98

They sound very good. I have the Jena Labs ultrawire on them, 22 gauge. Also J$ v2 pads and d7k cups.

The cable was the most significant improvement in mids and highs. The bass and soundstage were enhanced by cups and pads. I really like them :P

 

The only thing left is to replace the screws on the outer ring... For some reason they became very loose ( the ones that connect the frame to the cups; first set of 4 screws).


Edited by Drake22 - 3/24/11 at 1:17am
post #98 of 98

I wish I could find some cups...lol

 

Cheers for the guide within this thread, and the great pictures!

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