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post #46 of 58

Forza Ferrari!

 

I can't wait for F1 to start.

 

I'd buy them if they had a Ferrari badge, lol.

post #47 of 58
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Originally Posted by jeust0999 View Post

Forza Ferrari!

 

I can't wait for F1 to start.

 

I'd buy them if they had a Ferrari badge, lol.


http://www.dhgate.com/limited-edition-ferrari-monster-beats-by/k-ff8080812b0f76fa012b149bcd8e01c5.html

go for it :P

post #48 of 58

Haha....

 

I actually saw these in a post the other day about fake Beats.

 

I love car memorbilia...I was in the dentist's office the other day and they were comparing the new 458 with the 911 turbo in some car magazine...I ended ripping out pages for the pictures. I felt like a thief, but it was well worth it, lol.

 

 

post #49 of 58
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Haha....

 

I actually saw these in a post the other day about fake Beats.

 

I love car memorbilia...I was in the dentist's office the other day and they were comparing the new 458 with the 911 turbo in some car magazine...I ended ripping out pages for the pictures. I felt like a thief, but it was well worth it, lol.

 

 

I would have pocketed the entire magazine rack
 

post #50 of 58
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If you disassemble the headphones fully then coloured annodising would look great.


 

HD800s are mostly aluminum right?  anodizing would be perfect for them.  one can even put in fades, splash and acid wash patterns in  i wonder how tight the tolerances are for the parts to fit in tho, because ano would add a teeny bit of thickness once applied.  i'd personally like to see this color combo:

 

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post #51 of 58

i vote for the marble finish on the HD600biggrin.gif

 

personally, i'd just let the plastic be it's natural colour, or like the SGI workstations of yesteryear, use some of that crazy granulated plastic

 

I think it's time electronic companies gave up on silver-painted plastic, or horror of horrors, golden plastic. The latest trend of high gloss plastic(which shimmers only for the first month or so) is lamentable too.
 

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HD800s are mostly aluminum right? 


nope - just a big o'l hunk of plastic mostly.

 

post #52 of 58
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HD800s are mostly aluminum right?  anodizing would be perfect for them.  one can even put in fades, splash and acid wash patterns in  i wonder how tight the tolerances are for the parts to fit in tho, because ano would add a teeny bit of thickness once applied.  i'd personally like to see this color combo:

 

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they would look great indeed, but perhaps more matte and less shinny

 

can anodizing be done over plastic?

post #53 of 58

Wot? no black with bright yellow polka dots?  Shame, shame, dudes...!!!!

post #54 of 58

Looks like Optimus Prime's headphone in the first picture.

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Wot? no black with bright yellow polka dots?  Shame, shame, dudes...!!!!


Lol L3000.gif

 

post #56 of 58

Actually the hd800's are not mostly aluminum; it's mostly made of a plastic named leona, a very high grade plastic.

 

Also, I believe the red hd800's shown on these pics were done by colorware, as the senn rep (who's a member here on headfi) mentioned bringing them along with him at expos and whatnot.
 

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HD800s are mostly aluminum right?  anodizing would be perfect for them.  one can even put in fades, splash and acid wash patterns in  i wonder how tight the tolerances are for the parts to fit in tho, because ano would add a teeny bit of thickness once applied.  i'd personally like to see this color combo:

 

 


 

 

post #57 of 58

You want sexy HD800's?  Check out the last picture in the gallery on this link: http://www.doctorhead.ru/catalogue/?i=892&p=&pr=48&order=&inum=

Probably some Russian custom paint job, I doubt it was done by Sennheiser. But it does look professionally done.

post #58 of 58

http://www.colorware.com/p-289-sennheiser-hd-800.aspx

 

In case you guys didn't know, colorware offers customization of the HD800.

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