Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Headphones (full-size) › **Hifiman HE-400 Impressions and Discussion Thread**
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

**Hifiman HE-400 Impressions and Discussion Thread** - Page 1045

post #15661 of 19921
^^ Sorry still getting used to the mobile site and quoting.
Quote:
Originally Posted by ben_r_ View Post


Youre kidding right? The best travel case is the one MADE by HiFiMan FOR the HE series cans! LINK






post #15662 of 19921

looking at the eq i feel like an idiot lol.  i just chose the live concert preset and changed the bass.  Now it's basically flat with little differences

post #15663 of 19921

basically flat with a small dip at 6 and more so from 12 to 14

post #15664 of 19921
Is there a cheap and lightweight cable option for the he-400? The stiffness and weight of the stock one is starting to bother me..
post #15665 of 19921
Quote:
Originally Posted by bdr529 View Post

Is there a cheap and lightweight cable option for the he-400? The stiffness and weight of the stock one is starting to bother me..


BTG Audio budget series maybe?

post #15666 of 19921

finding that pronounced (increased spacialization) tab instead of stand under headphone dsp to be more musical and much better instrument separation.

now if only i could get my spotify to play through j river

post #15667 of 19921
Quote:
Originally Posted by manbear View Post


BTG Audio budget series maybe?

Maybe... Those seem somewhat reasonably priced. Thanks
post #15668 of 19921

My HE400 is on the selling block if anyone's interested. Upgraded me to an HE4 and doing the HE400 no justice with so much time just sitting. If anyone is interested:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/698233/fs-hifiman-he400-good-condition-with-6-custom-cable-orig-box-velour-pouch-and-build-card

post #15669 of 19921

Anyone know if there's a pad that conforms the shape of one's head better than the stock pleather or velour pads?  (will Jergpads do?)  They are both pretty stiff and I want to get the best of the sub-bass with a proper seal.

post #15670 of 19921

A couple of pages back there was talk of D2000 pads on a HE400. It does require some refinements as the DIYer commented on the bass bleeding into the mids. A backvent maybe. They're $40 angled leather pads though.

post #15671 of 19921

Guys, can one of you measure the dimensions of the pads?

post #15672 of 19921

what dimensions are you looking for and on what pads?

post #15673 of 19921

I've been using the stock D2000 pads straight off of my D2000. Pretty damn comfortable and great sounding. I was able to swap them over to the HE-400 pad ring without any modifications, took less than 10 minutes. I did just install the foam rings from the stock pleathers between the plastic HE-400 attatchment ring and the white plastic support of the D2000 pads. This added a little spacing, increased comfort a touch. I can't really say it effected sound much, maybe a little less impact if anything but worth the cost of extra comfort.

post #15674 of 19921

I want to see if they'd fit on the Sony MDR MA900.  4 inches in diameter.

post #15675 of 19921
Quote:
Originally Posted by Trunks159 View Post
 

Guys, can one of you measure the dimensions of the pads?

http://www.head-fi.org/t/653032/size-matters-earpad-hole-measurements-for-over-ear-headphones/15#post_10112757

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Headphones (full-size)
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Headphones (full-size) › **Hifiman HE-400 Impressions and Discussion Thread**