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I want to get some G's for my 325i's but I need to let my wallet recover from the dac and headphones I bought this month.

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G-Cush fan here!gs1000.gif

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I think Im the only one who actually prefers the bowls to the bagels...lol

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Originally Posted by Focker View Post

I think Im the only one who actually prefers the bowls to the bagels...lol

I definitely like the (L) cushions better than the (G), and also think they are just as comfortable as the (G) cushions, but don't compare in sound quality at all.

So your not the only one!

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^gcush on 325 fan here. Needs higher volume levels though.
post #7776 of 13844
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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post

I definitely like the (L) cushions better than the (G), and also think they are just as comfortable as the (G) cushions, but don't compare in sound quality at all.

So your not the only one!

 

Okay good lol.  

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Flats are the way to go. biggrin.gif  Flats with everything (except PS1000 and GS1000). More in your face.  

The details are definitely greater with L cushion (or bowls) but the details are more pronounced, attention getting and fun with Flats. 

Music just jumps out at you more with Flats. Especially guitars.  

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Originally Posted by sling5s View Post

Flats are the way to go. biggrin.gif  Flats with everything (except PS1000 and GS1000). More in your face.  

The details are definitely greater with L cushion (or bowls) but the details are more pronounced, attention getting and fun with Flats. 

Music just jumps out at you more with Flats. Especially guitars.  


Well I don't know but I will take your word for it, the flats are a lot cheaper than the G-cush pads so I may try some just for the heck of it.

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Originally Posted by HPiper View Post


Well I don't know but I will take your word for it, the flats are a lot cheaper than the G-cush pads so I may try some just for the heck of it.

I think TTVJ flats are 35$ and the (G) cushions are 40$.

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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post

I think TTVJ flats are 35$ and the (G) cushions are 40$.

 

i.e. get both lol

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The flats are the only cushions I have yet to try, but I did the quarter mod reverse with the Grado (S) cushion, which I did like. Now I may be a little tempted to try the TTVJ flats for myself to hear if I like them.

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Originally Posted by sling5s View Post

Flats are the way to go. biggrin.gif  Flats with everything (except PS1000 and GS1000). More in your face.  

The details are definitely greater with L cushion (or bowls) but the details are more pronounced, attention getting and fun with Flats. 

Music just jumps out at you more with Flats. Especially guitars.  

What you say is true!

I highly recommend Flats over G-Cush for SR & RS Grados. IMO much better than quarter modded S-Cush or 414.

Cost is $35 + shipping (TTVJ don't ship free) so it's the same as G-Cush with free shipping...

 

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I don't really like it when people call it in to question.

Sent from my SPH-L300 using Tapatalk 2

 

Sorry... no one is/was calling your gender into question; I was just making a slightly snarky comment in reference to the number of folks on Head-Fi that have anime avatars, usually of girls, that are likely not women.

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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post

I think TTVJ flats are 35$ and the (G) cushions are 40$.


 My bad, I thought the flats were the S-cush pads, obviously we are talking two different pads here.

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Originally Posted by parbaked View Post

What you say is true!

I highly recommend Flats over G-Cush for SR & RS Grados. IMO much better than quarter modded S-Cush or 414.

Cost is $35 + shipping (TTVJ don't ship free) so it's the same as G-Cush with free shipping...

 


i'd wondered more really about the flats more than the g-cushes, only got the ear zonks to try, i might try the flats before the 225i's  sell, i was thinking of selling those and moving to the ms2, or maybe the 325i

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