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Modded INdeed G3, gonna roll the Tube when I get it in Tommorow! 

 

Nice! I always enjoy pics of that little guy...*hint, hint* :)

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Originally Posted by Focker View Post

 

Nice! I always enjoy pics of that little guy...*hint, hint* :)

xD well in 3 hours he should be sitting on my desk <3 

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Originally Posted by Doc-holliday View Post

Thank you to Focker for helping me to get the following information including pricing info:
I have emailed Beyer and here is how you can order your 1305N pads (velour) or the 1305SL (larger version of the pleather).
For US customers wanting the alternate beyer pads email: parts@beyerdynamic-usa.com
Ask them to email you an order form and fill it out and return it. Specify the above part numbers.
It does not state on the form but the shipping cost is $12 dollars. The pads are $34 dollars a pair (both models).
These parts ARE available in the US. Just not posted on the site.


Is the item code really 1305?? or 1350?

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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

xD well in 3 hours he should be sitting on my desk <3 

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO USPS lied to ME. Have to w8 till tommorow -.- to get them in BUT the Digi multi Meter is here so... that's nice i GUESS

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Is the item code really 1305?? or 1350?

 

The nubuk pads have product code EDT 1350 NL, so I guess the bigger pads also use 1350

 

Received mine yesterday, testing the bigger pads today. They seem to seal even better than the stock pads, bass impact is therefore improved a bit. Comfort seems a bit better also, but I'll have to wear them for longer to tell any difference.

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Originally Posted by autoexec View Post


Is the item code really 1305?? or 1350?
My bad. Sorry I do that sometimes typing on my ipad. 1350
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Originally Posted by plakat View Post

 

The nubuk pads have product code EDT 1350 NL, so I guess the bigger pads also use 1350

 

Received mine yesterday, testing the bigger pads today. They seem to seal even better than the stock pads, bass impact is therefore improved a bit. Comfort seems a bit better also, but I'll have to wear them for longer to tell any difference.

 

I just want to clear this up before I order. I've heard these new pads called suede, velour and now nubuck. There is no model 1350NL. It's 1350N or 1350SL.

 

This thread was also utterly ambiguous: http://www.head-fi.org/t/627820/improving-the-comfort-of-the-dt1350-with-two-new-earpads-from-beyerdynamic

 

Would you mind identifying which model you prefer?


Edited by 50sQuiff - 12/11/12 at 9:23am
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+1

 

The lack of accuracy in posts made by well-meaning people has me totally confused about these ear pads, too. 

 

Thanks in advance to anyone who can spell it out for those of us who aren't comfortable reading between the lines and second-guessing.

 

Mike

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How does the DT1350s fare with unamped portable sources? I'm considering it along with the M80s and M100s.

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I find them just fine without an amp. With an amp I am sure they'll shine even more.

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With the few portable amps I have used I have noticed a little benefit, but with full sized amps it is a pretty big jump in performance.  Not really an astounding finding IMO.

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Guys interested in pads can always fire off your own email to parts@beyerdynamic-usa.com

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Originally Posted by dissembled View Post

How does the DT1350s fare with unamped portable sources? I'm considering it along with the M80s and M100s.


They are just fine. I can use them properly out of my Cowon C2 and Sansa Clip+. However, they scale up well with good amps  so if you're making room to upgrade in the future the DT1350 allows for that.

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Originally Posted by 50sQuiff View Post

I just want to clear this up before I order. I've heard these new pads called suede, velour and now nubuck. There is no model 1350NL. It's 1350N or 1350SL.

This thread was also utterly ambiguous: http://www.head-fi.org/t/627820/improving-the-comfort-of-the-dt1350-with-two-new-earpads-from-beyerdynamic

Would you mind identifying which model you prefer?

My two pairs state "EDT 1350 NL Nubuck" and "EDT 1350 SL Softskin large" on the package.
After just a bit of testing today I prefer the larger pads.
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^eager to hear how the larger pads affect the sound. popcorn.gif
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