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post #16 of 19

Im liking velour currently. Live in Central Texas, soo heat can be a major issue. 

post #17 of 19

Hey sorry for the noob-ish question but the Audio Technica ATH-M50's come with Pleather right?

post #18 of 19


 

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Originally Posted by gabru678 View Post

Hey sorry for the noob-ish question but the Audio Technica ATH-M50's come with Pleather right?



Yup. But i have seen M50's with velour pads...there's a thread about that. 

post #19 of 19

Joined the velour team 30mins ago!  HE-400's black velour pads are beautiful! Softer and cooler but they don't sit on my ears aswell as the leather pads did. Will have to see how I adapt to them over time. Sonic changes: Have noticed the said increase in brightness! Removes some of the dark nature of the he-400s which is nice...Also hearing a little more bass, probably because of the larger distance between the drivers and my ears.Really enjoying it,ill swap back after few weeks of listening to the leathers sometime to observe the difference more. Go Team Velour! :D

And also, does velour shape over time, such as become softer?

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