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post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by wje View Post

Does the African blackwood feature any stain on them?  Or, is that just the buffed lacquer appearance?  Believe me, I love the wood - the grains, the Zebrawood, etc. - however, there are times when one would just want a "stealth" Grado and that finish does its best to keep that somewhat-stock appearance.


It's Tung oil.

 

post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by KneelJung View Post

It's Tung oil.

 


Thanks.  They look awesome.  Also, the tung oil could be periodically applied, too.

 

post #18 of 19

   I'm keen on making some woodies but can't find in what way the cans need to be changed to achieve a similar sound, or can I simply copy the original can dimensions? Also before I get to carried away with the idea, are you able to dismantle the phones and put them back together if you don't like the changes?

 

Thanks

Michael

post #19 of 19

if you want the HD414 pads order them from Sennheiser as they only charge $4 and change each pair, the other suppliers charging from $8 to $22 are highway robbery

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