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If someone didn't find the he-400 heavy at all do you think the LCD2 would still feel super heavy for them? That's the one thing keeping me from going for them in the future. I suppose I could find somewhere to demo them but I don't know of anywhere locally.

 

I usually don't like heavy hp's but I was fine with the he400. I was not remotely okay with the weight of the lcd2, if that helps. 

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It does somewhat suck that the HE-400 weighs as much as it does, but the headband style distributes the weight evenly, so it's mostly a non-issue. I can only imagine how light they'd be with a single sided planar style like the HE-4. That'd make them HELLA comfy. The HE-4 was basically an HE-5LE with a single magnet, so an HE-400 with single magnets should be even lighter.

Hifiman, get to it! biggrin.gif
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Just bought a mesh-waste bin, thinking of modding the grills tonight, maybe. Funny thing is, as I was in the store I thought about these bins and how all of us, no matter where we live, can buy the exact same model of waste bin, made in china... just my thoughts at the store, anyway will try the mod soon, as I understand there is no need of fabric behind the actual grill?

 

ps. the weight of the he-400 is not a problem for me as well

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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

It does somewhat suck that the HE-400 weighs as much as it does, but the headband style distributes the weight evenly, so it's mostly a non-issue. I can only imagine how light they'd be with a single sided planar style like the HE-4. That'd make them HELLA comfy. The HE-4 was basically an HE-5LE with a single magnet, so an HE-400 with single magnets should be even lighter.
Hifiman, get to it! biggrin.gif

 

Do you still have your HE-4?  Or did you sale them already?

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No longer have them.
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Thanks.  I want to grab a used pair to try out.  

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Hey, I was just thinking while wearing a pair of maddogs how incredibly comfortable they are despite being almost they exact same weight as the the he400. I think that they are essentially the same weight...maybe the he400 being about 20 grams heavier. Of course the reason for the comfort with the maddog is almost exclusively due to the comfort strap.

 

So then it got me thinking...hmm...wait for it....comfort strap for the he400!! Time to mod. very_evil_smiley.gif

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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post

Hey, I was just thinking while wearing a pair of maddogs how incredibly comfortable they are despite being almost they exact same weight as the the he400. I think that they are essentially the same weight...maybe the he400 being about 20 grams heavier. Of course the reason for the comfort with the maddog is almost exclusively due to the comfort strap.

 

So then it got me thinking...hmm...wait for it....comfort strap for the he400!! Time to mod. very_evil_smiley.gif

 

Make this happen!

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It's okay. It's a cheapie pleather though. It will certainly flake off and tear pretty easy.

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Make this happen!

 

I will bring it to the people!!! biggrin.gif

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That is pretty much what I have. The material quality isn't top notch, but it doesn't seem to want to tear. It makes such a difference in snugness and comfort, pretty much my 400's are as good as they can be once I mod the grills.

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Just bought a mesh-waste bin, thinking of modding the grills tonight, maybe. Funny thing is, as I was in the store I thought about these bins and how all of us, no matter where we live, can buy the exact same model of waste bin, made in china... just my thoughts at the store, anyway will try the mod soon, as I understand there is no need of fabric behind the actual grill?

 

ps. the weight of the he-400 is not a problem for me as well


That's really deep. The global supply chains are quite amazing, and once in awhile you get to recognize that the world is actually pretty damn "small".

 

You people are making me want to mod my grills - stop. smile.gif

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That's really deep. The global supply chains are quite amazing, and once in awhile you get to recognize that the world is actually pretty damn "small".

 

You people are making me want to mod my grills - stop. smile.gif

 

Exactly. smile.gif

I just came back home, will try the mod later and write to you guys.

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Originally Posted by Guess? View Post

 

Exactly. smile.gif

I just came back home, will try the mod later and write to you guys.

You'll love it, mark my words. smily_headphones1.gif

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Originally Posted by RushNerd View Post

That is pretty much what I have. The material quality isn't top notch, but it doesn't seem to want to tear. It makes such a difference in snugness and comfort, pretty much my 400's are as good as they can be once I mod the grills.
I have the same headband fo my he500.. Love it..
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