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More about the SRH1540 from no other than Jude himself.

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The shape of the SRH-1540 is terrible on Jude's head...it's as if the headphone wasn't designed for the shape of a human's head. T_T
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The shape of the SRH-1540 is terrible on Jude's head...it's as if the headphone wasn't designed for the shape of a human's head. T_T

Agreed, I don't understand why manufacturers spend so much R&D on aesthetics, and then have something that looks like an alien communicator when it's placed on the head. 

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Agreed, I don't understand why manufacturers spend so much R&D on aesthetics, and then have something that looks like an alien communicator when it's placed on the head. 

Hey, it's better than SRH940 at least.

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Agreed, I don't understand why manufacturers spend so much R
Hey, it's better than SRH940 at least.
Is it? The SRH-1540 looks much more alien-like on Jude's head than the SRH-940 on my head.
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It's because the earpads on the srh1540 is so very fat and deep.
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Is it? The SRH-1540 looks much more alien-like on Jude's head than the SRH-940 on my head.

Hmm. I guess you are right.

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I'm looking to buy srh940 now. 

Simply the best closed dynamics I've ever heard.

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I'm looking to buy srh940 now. 
Simply the best closed dynamics I've ever heard.

The srh940 is a fine sounding headphone and it can be even better with this mod:
http://www.head-fi.org/t/653907/shure-srh940-mod
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I'm looking to buy srh940 now. 

Simply the best closed dynamics I've ever heard.

Great. Exactly what I think.(maybe exclude Fostex TH600 and 900 though).

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The srh940 is a fine sounding headphone and it can be even better with this mod:
http://www.head-fi.org/t/653907/shure-srh940-mod

 

Looks like it might work well, but I'd be worried about the pieces of plastic that could fall into the chamber behind the driver. 

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Great. Exactly what I think.(maybe exclude Fostex TH600 and 900 though).

 

Never heard them. 

How do they compare to TH600?

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"Looks like it might work well, but I'd be worried about the pieces of plastic that could fall into the chamber behind the driver. "

I understand your worries. Before you drill, just pull off the pads, take out the two screws in each cup and open them up.
Edited by Dafo - 11/8/13 at 2:33am
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Never heard them. 

How do they compare to TH600?

They are very different from SRH940. TH600 is ultra liquid and bassy while SRH940 is cold and analytical. I haven't heard much closed back as detailed as SRH940, but TH600 is even more detailed.

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Looks like it might work well, but I'd be worried about the pieces of plastic that could fall into the chamber behind the driver. 

The driver plate easily comes off with 3 screws. Then you can clean the area behind the driver.

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