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Originally Posted by joelpearce View Post

Does anyone know if there's a place or way to get Beyerdynamic replacement pads in (or shipped to) Canada for a reasonable price?

 

Long and McQuade was able to special order some, but it took 6 months for them to show up, and one pair never did.  Any other options seem prohibitively expensive--like shipping that costs more than the pads.

 

Thoughts?


B&H ships to Canada at a reasonable price via Purolator.

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?Ntt=beyerdynamic+cushions&N=0&InitialSearch=yes

 

I once bought parts directly from Beyerdynamic North America. I combined my order together with another person and we split the $35 flat rate shipping. It was by USPS and it took about 2 weeks to arrive.

post #122 of 200

Not sure if this was already covered, and the store is already in the list. But I'll note here that AVShop.ca carries replacement ear pads for the Shure SRH range.

 

(SRH840 pads are good for modding the FostexT50RP. And the SRH940/SRH840 pads are good for modding the ATH-M50 for comfort.)

 

lamusic.ca also carries the SRH840 pads.

 

 

post #123 of 200

Thought I would throw in this place that has T-amps, DACs, Cables, and headphone Amps reasonable rates it would seem.  Topping / SMSL / Lepai brands.

https://www.springwateraudio.com/store/

 

 

Also be sure to check back at  http://www.headphonebar.comthey are getting all sorts of new products all the time. Schiit Audio !!!! , FiiO, HiFiman amps etc.


Edited by nick n - 5/10/12 at 12:33am
post #124 of 200
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Saw this link on kijiji... http://www.headphoneshop.ca/en

 

anyone have experience with them?

post #125 of 200
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Saw this link on kijiji... http://www.headphoneshop.ca/en

 

anyone have experience with them?

other than senns and akg they stock a lot of junk

post #126 of 200
Joe at Audio Poutine (Facebook.com/AudioPoutine) is a custom maker and kit supplier of DIY headphone electronics (O2 amps, ODACs, RJM Audio products). He's from near Toronto, I believe. I've dealt with him on a couple of projects and would recommend him.
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Added. Thanks. 

post #128 of 200

damn, wish I had seen this thread earlier...

post #129 of 200
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

Saw this link on kijiji... http://www.headphoneshop.ca/en

 

anyone have experience with them?


I am currently ordering a few of the Shure 550 pads for another Ortho Roundup member overseas, see how it goes, nice professional checkout and update system so far though.

 

 

Wow that AUDIO POUTINE link on facebook there is pretty damn good looking stuff. He sure comes across PRO! and from what I can see is not overreaching and getting ahead of himself, queing orders in order of receiving etc. Definitely worth looking into .THANKS!!


Edited by nick n - 6/24/12 at 3:34pm
post #130 of 200

What a great thread! Thank you for all the hard work Armaegis

post #131 of 200

Has anyone used or heard Black Sand Audio before.

I'm trying to buy a dac from them, but I'm not sure if they're legit.

post #132 of 200

They have to be legit... they sell $1600 power cords. biggrin.gif

post #133 of 200
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Added MemoryExpress, as I discovered the other day that they carry a selection of Comply foam tips: http://www.memoryexpress.com/Search/Products?Search=comply

post #134 of 200
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Originally Posted by nick n View Post

Thought I would throw in this place that has T-amps, DACs, Cables, and headphone Amps reasonable rates it would seem.  Topping / SMSL / Lepai brands.

https://www.springwateraudio.com/store/

 

 

Also be sure to check back at  http://www.headphonebar.comthey are getting all sorts of new products all the time. Schiit Audio !!!! , FiiO, HiFiman amps etc.

My son bought a Vallhalla direct from Schiit and I got a Lyr from the headphone bar. After duties and taxes they ended costing about the same. I recommend the headphone bar for us Canucks wholeheartingly.

post #135 of 200

for torontonians

theres bay bloor radio- they usually not a lot of discount but i found the the denon prices are relatively on par/ cheaper than the US

they carry grado, sennheiser, shures, denons (they get the newest stuff too) plus iems for auditioning

 

headfoneshop- havent gone there but have a lot of other headphones that bay bloor doesnt carry eg beyer, ultrasone

 

and for online shopping, i found headphone bar (in BC) pretty much covers the rest of the headphones/amps- schiit, audeze

they have plenty of discount there

and it looks like they keep on getting new stuff every week

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