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post #3511 of 3762

The momentums are decent headphones and not catered to explicitly for the hip-hop market. A tad bit I'd say but that is it.

post #3512 of 3762
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Originally Posted by OrbitingCow View Post


Yes, in fact they are garbage. Mine can't hold the metal from touching my head after a year of hard use and are totally indented on the tops. That is exactly what I call useless, hence, the term crappy.


Is there a mod that can be done to thicken the pads?

post #3513 of 3762

Why not just buy a set of new pads from Beyer?

 

A.

post #3514 of 3762
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Originally Posted by adydula View Post

Why not just buy a set of new pads from Beyer?

 

A.


Does Beyer sell replacement pads for the 1350s?  If so, why are there so many people griping about and dissing these portable on-ears?

 


Edited by sp3llv3xit - 8/26/13 at 7:50am
post #3515 of 3762

Original pads (EDT 50 P):

http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_46128_beyerdynamic-EDT-50p-EDT50P-Black-Leather-Replacement-Ear-Pads-Ear-Cushions-for-T-50-P-and-DT-1350.html

 

Velour pads (EDT 1350 N):

http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_68937_Beyerdynamic-Replacement-T50p-DT-1350-Ear-Pads-Cushions-EDT-1350-NL.html

 

The new slightly larger pads that come with the facelift (EDT 1350 SL) aren't available here in the states yet. They're available in Europe:

http://www.beyerdynamic.de/shop/catalog/product/view/id/3054/s/edt-1350-sl/category/3/


Edited by devhen - 8/26/13 at 9:07am
post #3516 of 3762

They sell replacement ear pads and headband pads. 

post #3517 of 3762
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Originally Posted by OrbitingCow View Post


Yes, in fact they are garbage. Mine can't hold the metal from touching my head after a year of hard use and are totally indented on the tops. That is exactly what I call useless, hence, the term crappy.

 

You may want to add YMMV to the end of that statement.

 

Over a year on mine with every day use, and the earpads are perfectly fine.  Good comfort, good seal, and no issues with metal touching my head.

 

*shrug*

post #3518 of 3762

And if you're using them so much and so heavily that the pads only last a year then its worth the effort and cost to replace them regularly...

post #3519 of 3762
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Originally Posted by devhen View Post

Original pads (EDT 50 P):

http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_46128_beyerdynamic-EDT-50p-EDT50P-Black-Leather-Replacement-Ear-Pads-Ear-Cushions-for-T-50-P-and-DT-1350.html

 

Velour pads (EDT 1350 N):

http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_68937_Beyerdynamic-Replacement-T50p-DT-1350-Ear-Pads-Cushions-EDT-1350-NL.html

 

The new slightly larger pads that come with the facelift (EDT 1350 SL) aren't available here in the states yet. They're available in Europe:

http://www.beyerdynamic.de/shop/catalog/product/view/id/3054/s/edt-1350-sl/category/3/


 

Thanks!  Have people here used the velour pads on the 1350s?  What effect do the velour pads have on the sound of the 1350s?

post #3520 of 3762



Someone sent me this link through Facebook:


http://www.head-fi.org/t/627820/improving-the-comfort-of-the-dt1350-with-two-new-earpads-from-beyerdynamic/15

post #3521 of 3762
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Originally Posted by wrightanswer@ear View Post

They sell replacement ear pads and headband pads. 

 

Do you have the link for the headband pads?

post #3522 of 3762

Sorry, no link. But I was told over the phone by the product manager at Beyer that ear pads AND headband pads are available. I don't need them presently so I didn't ask him about where exactly to get them, but I just wanted to be sure they'll be available for future needs. And I was talking to him about the Facelift version of the DT1350 at the time.

post #3523 of 3762

so what changes did they made to fhe facelift version?any diffence of the sound?

post #3524 of 3762
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Originally Posted by wrightanswer@ear View Post

Sorry, no link. But I was told over the phone by the product manager at Beyer that ear pads AND headband pads are available. I don't need them presently so I didn't ask him about where exactly to get them, but I just wanted to be sure they'll be available for future needs. And I was talking to him about the Facelift version of the DT1350 at the time.



The headband pads look like they are glued onto the metal bands.  Applying the adhesive and attaching the thin strips of leather pads on those split-headbands is going to be difficult.

post #3525 of 3762
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Originally Posted by sp3llv3xit View Post


The headband pads look like they are glued onto the metal bands.  Applying the adhesive and attaching the thin strips of leather pads on those split-headbands is going to be difficult.

 

Actually, the pads are attached to the black plastic wrapped around the metal bands. Replacing the headband padding will probably mean replacing the plastic parts with the attached pads and looking at it I don't think it would be very difficult.


Edited by devhen - 8/27/13 at 4:43am
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