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post #841 of 855
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Originally Posted by VinnyG View Post
 

My ear is big and i found it pretty comfy, especially with the velour pads that also make the bass more tight/defined....

 

 

bought mine from sonic sense seller on amazon for $39

 

Thanks Vinny. Did those come with the velour pads attached? If not, are they easy to change out?

post #842 of 855
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Originally Posted by Jim McC View Post
 

 

Thanks Vinny. Did those come with the velour pads attached? If not, are they easy to change out?

No, they come with pleather pad's attached, to put the velour one's you need to stretch them a little bit.

 

From what i read the only seller from amazon who are sending the v2 w/ extra pads are sonic sense..

 

When i can i'll get another pair cause i liked very much the confort of these cans


Edited by VinnyG - 3/9/14 at 1:14pm
post #843 of 855

Thanks Vinny. Do you feel the ear space is deep enough for the average person? Are the pads easy to change out?

post #844 of 855

Definitively get the v2 with the extra pads.

 

Comfort is so subjective, I wouldn't comment on it, I find them very comfortable. Not as much as my T90 but quite nice.

post #845 of 855
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Originally Posted by Koolpep View Post
 

Definitively get the v2 with the extra pads.

 

Comfort is so subjective, I wouldn't comment on it, I find them very comfortable. Not as much as my T90 but quite nice.

 

What's the v2?

post #846 of 855
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Originally Posted by Jim McC View Post
 

 

What's the v2?

 

The v2 is the newer version that comes with a second set of pads (velours) in the box. Apparently the highs are a bit tamed and the overall sound is better than in the v1. 

 

more info on v2:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/666860/the-superlux-hd681-evo#post_9701674

http://www.head-fi.org/t/655692/superlux-hd681-evo-impressions/15

 

Cheers,

K

post #847 of 855

OK Thanks. I ordered the 681 EVO, with the spare velour pads.

 

Does anyone have any tips or a link, about changing out the pads?


Edited by Jim McC - 3/10/14 at 3:17pm
post #848 of 855
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Originally Posted by Jim McC View Post
 

OK Thanks. I ordered the 681 EVO, with the spare velour pads.

 

Does anyone have any tips or a link, about changing out the pads?

Great choice!

 

I will check at home tonight and let you know (maybe take pix if it is complicated). However I remember it being pretty straight forward.

 

Cheers,

K

post #849 of 855
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Originally Posted by Koolpep View Post
 

Great choice!

 

I will check at home tonight and let you know (maybe take pix if it is complicated). However I remember it being pretty straight forward.

 

Cheers,

K

 

 

So, am just listening to them... still great cans...

 

Changing them is easy and can be done in a few minutes, just pull the existing pad of from one side. You will see how they are attached and then just put the others back on, they are quite flexible but being careful is always a good idea.

 

Cheers,

K

post #850 of 855

also where i live is summer and when i changed the pads i felt my ears way more ventilated and less sweaty

 

 

 

The soundstage of this headphone is impressive playing games(CMSS3D) and listening to music(DolbyHP). Really enjoyable.


Edited by VinnyG - 3/11/14 at 1:52pm
post #851 of 855
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Originally Posted by Koolpep View Post
 

 

 

So, am just listening to them... still great cans...

 

Changing them is easy and can be done in a few minutes, just pull the existing pad of from one side. You will see how they are attached and then just put the others back on, they are quite flexible but being careful is always a good idea.

 

Cheers,

K

 

Thanks. I thought there might be some disassembly involved.

post #852 of 855

668B $36.00 delivered from Amazon will leave Samson without his hair.

post #853 of 855
Bought my girlfriend a pair of hd572’s, i like them better than my 681’s to be honest, but does anyone know of any better earpads I can get for them cause then standard ones aren't so good.
post #854 of 855

so i inquired at thomann.de when they would have the HD685 on sale and they said it would be probably end of august.

post #855 of 855

Just placed my order for a pair of HD681s.  $24.99 on eBay, shipped (with my $5.00 off coupon from eBay).  Hope they are as good as everyone says.

 

Also watching a auction for a pair of HD668Bs.  May pull the trigger on them this weekend too.

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