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post #61 of 275

Very good idea Purrin! Would love to audition your TP version!

 

So how does one fix the crap of the LCD's? With toilet paper! *ba dum dum chee*.....I'll be here all week folks!

post #62 of 275
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Very good idea Purrin! Would love to audition your TP version!

 



 

 

clothes pin.jpg

post #63 of 275

ToiletPants?

post #64 of 275
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I like that. LCD3 TP.

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Never have high-end and rear-end been combined to such dramatic effect...



well played

post #66 of 275

Does the toilet paper mod give a more organic sound?

post #67 of 275

OEM/marketbasket tissue or charmin' tissue?

post #68 of 275
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Does the toilet paper mod give a more organic sound?

 

see other LCD3 thread.

 

 

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OEM/marketbasket tissue or charmin' tissue?

 

Charmin' from memory is pretty thick and could wipe up too much of the poop away leaving it too clean. The Kirkland is closer to OEM if not the same thing.
 

 

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see other LCD3 thread.

 

 

 

Charmin' from memory is pretty thick and could wipe up too much of the poop away leaving it too clean. The Kirkland is closer to OEM if not the same thing.
 

 


poop=bass?? 

 

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poop=bass?? 

 


I prefer to think of it as mud.

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Does the toilet paper mod give a more organic sound?


Judge for yourself.  Here's the new Audeze commercial.  tongue_smile.gif

 

 


Edited by Anaxilus - 11/22/11 at 9:41pm
post #72 of 275

Just did the TP mod, I like it.  A little bit less of the pesky cloudy mid-bass and more transparent.  More like my R2's.  

post #73 of 275

I wonder if the "Chux wipe" material would be right for this? I had a packet of them floating around somewhere but can't find it now.

post #74 of 275

^If the "Chux wipe" material will hold up for a longer duration before disintegrating, hmmm....

 

The TP will prove the mod sounds good but if Chux wipes are equivalent in sound modification, they look more durable:

 

ProwipeWiperChuxMedDuty60x30cm20pktBlue.jpg

 

Did the HF2 modders find these wipes durable when they used them over their drivers?

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^If the "Chux wipe" material will hold up for a longer duration before disintegrating, hmmm....

 

The TP will prove the mod sounds good but if Chux wipes are equivalent in sound modification, they look more durable:

 

ProwipeWiperChuxMedDuty60x30cm20pktBlue.jpg

 

Did the HF2 modders find these wipes durable when they used them over their drivers?

 

I put Charmin toilet paper over the drivers on my Grado GS1000 and PS1000's to tone down the treble. I actually found it more effective than cloth or baby-wipes at targeting the specific frequencies I wanted to attenuate.

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