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post #2686 of 2803

Hi, somebody knows if these ear pads fit on the pana?

http://www.amazon.com/Bluecell-Replacement-Earpad-MDR-7506-Headphones/dp/B007XPMFGM/ref=pd_sim_e_4

 

http://www.amazon.com/211566803-Replacement-Compatible-Sony-MDR-CD900ST/dp/B009QMZ7SS/ref=pd_cp_e_1

 

The beyerdynamic EDT 250 is very expensive...

Or  another one, but I from Venezuela, I can buy only in amazon, in advance thanks...

 


Edited by jazh23 - 1/13/13 at 7:13pm
post #2687 of 2803
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Originally Posted by jazh23 View Post

Hi, somebody knows if these ear pads fit on the pana?

http://www.amazon.com/Bluecell-Replacement-Earpad-MDR-7506-Headphones/dp/B007XPMFGM/ref=pd_sim_e_4

 

http://www.amazon.com/211566803-Replacement-Compatible-Sony-MDR-CD900ST/dp/B009QMZ7SS/ref=pd_cp_e_1

 

The beyerdynamic EDT 250 is very expensive...

Or  another one, but I from Venezuela, I can buy only in amazon, in advance thanks...

 

Yep those should fit.

 

They are not as deep and the material is cheaper but it's much softer and not as sweaty btw :)


Edited by Supertoaster - 1/13/13 at 10:10pm
post #2688 of 2803
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Yep those should fit.

 

They are not as deep and the material is cheaper but it's much softer and not as sweaty btw :)

 



Thanks, I prefer the Beyerdynamic EDT 250 velour, but currently is only avaliable from this seller: http://www.amazon.com/Beyerdynamic-Velour-Earcushions-MDR7506-Headphones/dp/B0016MF7W2/ref=pd_sim_e_1

 

For me, 40 bucks is too expensive...

 

BTW, how about these? could be fit on the panasonic? it looks good and the price is acceptable...

http://www.amazon.com/Pearstone-9081860-Deluxe-Earpads-Pair/dp/B005GC7YJ2/ref=pd_sim_e_7


Edited by jazh23 - 1/14/13 at 4:01pm
post #2689 of 2803
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Thanks, I prefer the Beyerdynamic EDT 250 velour, but currently is only avaliable from this seller: http://www.amazon.com/Beyerdynamic-Velour-Earcushions-MDR7506-Headphones/dp/B0016MF7W2/ref=pd_sim_e_1

 

For me, 40 bucks is too expensive...

 

BTW, how about these? could be fit on the panasonic? it looks good and the price is acceptable...

http://www.amazon.com/Pearstone-9081860-Deluxe-Earpads-Pair/dp/B005GC7YJ2/ref=pd_sim_e_7

the pearstones also fit. the hole your ear goes in is smaller though and they aren't as deep. also harder to put on. but do fit

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post #2691 of 2803

These are incredible headphones.

post #2692 of 2803

How do these compare to the Monoprice Hi-Fi headphones?

post #2693 of 2803
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How do these compare to the Monoprice Hi-Fi headphones?


The MP have a narrower soundstage and less bass.

post #2694 of 2803
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The MP have a narrower soundstage and less bass.

pretty much this. but better build quality and isolation

post #2695 of 2803
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pretty much this. but better build quality and isolation

 

To clarify: you are saying the MP has better build quality?

 

 

Another comp: how does the HTF600 compare to the JVC  HA-S500?

post #2696 of 2803
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To clarify: you are saying the MP has better build quality?

 

 

Another comp: how does the HTF600 compare to the JVC  HA-S500?

Yes.

 

No idea how it compares to those, sorry.

post #2697 of 2803
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The HA-S500 are excellent on ear headphones with some state of the art tech in drivers being Carbon Nanotubes. I consider them a nice upgrade in sound to these HTF600s. But they are on ear and not full sized cans. But it is easy to make them full sizes by buying extra HM5 pads that fit right over the whole cup with stock pads. Makes them not only full sized cans but enhances the sound on them as well. They do cost more than the HTF600 by double but the sound quality is also much higher end as well. One of the best sounding cans for the cash imo.

post #2698 of 2803
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The HA-S500 are excellent on ear headphones with some state of the art tech in drivers being Carbon Nanotubes. I consider them a nice upgrade in sound to these HTF600s. But they are on ear and not full sized cans. But it is easy to make them full sizes by buying extra HM5 pads that fit right over the whole cup with stock pads. Makes them not only full sized cans but enhances the sound on them as well. They do cost more than the HTF600 by double but the sound quality is also much higher end as well. One of the best sounding cans for the cash imo.



Hey Dsnuts. Do you have a link to the HM5 pad mod? I found this: http://www.head-fi.org/t/621063/the-jvc-ha-s500-appreciation-fan-thread/4080#post_9023880
The main reason I didn't give the S500 much thought was the fact the pads were so small. I'm going to look into the above. So much for saving money tongue.gif

EDIT: Just now read the first post of that thread and realized that the above link is the main HM5 mod post. So disregard the question above :)

 


Edited by Deckah - 1/28/13 at 6:56am
post #2699 of 2803

My Panasonics are now inside some cheap ear-protection mufflers.

 

They are doing great!

post #2700 of 2803

I gotta say, whether it's movies, music, or video games these things sound amazing for the price. Burn in and a v-shape EQ for these for music really do wonders. Did the simple removed foam mod, not sure if it makes a huge difference but still sounds great nonetheless. I went ahead and ordered the beyer velour pads, even though these are somewhat already comfortable I think the replacements will hopefully improve it.

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