Thanks. I just bought another set. It's $19.98 for 2 sides with free shipping.
I suggest not experimenting by removing their foam like I did! I didn't realize how much the foam backing helped until I got another pair of M50s and tried the pads again.
Strangely enough the M50 pads with foam removed ON the M50 itself sounds pretty good. Reduces the bass a little though.
For a few days I couldn't figure out why the DJ100 all of a sudden became fatiguing for me and it was that foam I had removed.
Totally unnecessary but this weekend I'm going to experiment with some Dynamat in the DJ100. I think it will be similar to other results I've tried. For now they sound just fine the way they are.
I think since the Blu-tak and foam is too thick, the Dynamat will be worth a try. I have to be careful because any of the smallest changes inside the cup CAN screw up the sound.
I've found ways to kill the soundstage, make them have too much bass and even too forward of mids! Now that I think of it, I'm not sure why I bother. I just want to retain it's signature and improve on it.
Going to recable a pair again with Belden 1192A once the other one is burned in.