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post #1741 of 3212

It comes off quite easily I'm afraid. Just a bit always seems to come off when I've worked with the drivers. It's never worried me personally, but that's just my 2 cents. smile.gif

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On a more serious note, the paint came off one of the magnum drivers, do you think it's a problem?

 

700

post #1742 of 3212

I say spray paint it pink, for that unmistakably custom look. gs1000.gif

post #1743 of 3212

Leave it be ;) it won't change anything about sound.

post #1744 of 3212

I wonder what effect sticky back felt would have on the back of the drivers? 

I think I need to try.

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Originally Posted by Rav View Post

Reading this thread has reignited an idea i had to mod my HF1s back in the day, which seemed pointless after i got my RS1s, but might be interesting to do with magnums, the only thing is, where does one acquire a set of drivers?  The symphones website seems rather out of date...

 

Email Rhydon

 

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Thanks for all the offers for audiophile oil, who knew it would be so expensive.

 

 

 

On a more serious note, the paint came off one of the magnum drivers, do you think it's a problem?

 

700

 

Black Sharpie

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I wonder what effect sticky back felt would have on the back of the drivers? 

I think I need to try.

 

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post #1746 of 3212

Proud new owner of Jinteddys magnum build :) Except now with silver ray cable.

 

 

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Proud new owner of Jinteddys magnum build smily_headphones1.gif Except now with silver ray cable.



Very nice and classy headphone. Congrat! biggrin.gif
post #1748 of 3212

Wheres the best place to get custom wood cups? MartinCustomAudio is too expensive for me btwfrown.gif


Edited by wolfetan44 - 8/15/12 at 4:30pm
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Originally Posted by wolfetan44 View Post

Wheres the best place to get custom wood cups? MartinCustomAudio is too expensive for me btwfrown.gif


You seem to have the answer already.

 

If you are wondering, where can you get good cups that are less expensive, then that was discussed over the past few pages.

One less expensive option is headphone lounge.

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You seem to have the answer already.

 

If you are wondering, where can you get good cups that are less expensive, then that was discussed over the past few pages.

One less expensive option is headphone lounge.

Haha. Ok thanks I'll look at the last few pages.

post #1751 of 3212
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Originally Posted by wolfetan44 View Post

Haha. Ok thanks I'll look at the last few pages.

So I looked at Headphile but it seems they wont work on any lower end models? Or am I reading it wrong? Looking at the Headphile website. Jeez it is so messy. Cant find anything..


Edited by wolfetan44 - 8/15/12 at 4:58pm
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Originally Posted by taiden View Post

 

Yep, Headphone Lounge has been very kind to host me, but I also have my own dedicated site!

 

 

I found mine right here in the forums, I just checked every few days for a couple of months.

post #1753 of 3212

Took a few months to find everything but just cabled them a couple of day ago.

I'm very happy with them.

 

 

Thanks for all the help.

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by 7keys View Post

Took a few months to find everything but just cabled them a couple of day ago.

I'm very happy with them.

 

 

Thanks for all the help.

 

 

 

 

Nice!! Where are the cups from?

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Nice!! Where are the cups from?

I bought these off thelostMIDrange right here in the forums.

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