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post #46 of 71

Noooooo!

 

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Noooooo!

 

 

 

OMG!!! Heart-attack inducing!!!

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Noooooo!

OMG!!! Heart-attack inducing!!!
It's all good! Found my spare BISS2 screw!
Hopefully Luigi is still around... Going to need more.
post #49 of 71

How many times has this happened to you?

Also, what sort of movements or whatever are you doing for the cup to fall!!!

(I've always had that fear for my D5000s! LOL)

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How many times has this happened to you?
Also, what sort of movements or whatever are you doing for the cup to fall!!!
(I've always had that fear for my D5000s! LOL)
The first time it happened was with a week old pair sometime in april 2011 so I just sent those back to denon and they sent me a new pair. Then on this specific pair, it is the second time. First time it happened was in october 2011, left cup, If I recall correctly I was also taking them off when it happened. Contacted Luigi and got the screw plus 2 spares. This is the second time it happens on this pair but this time it was the right side cup.

The motion which made it pop was pulling them outwards and away from my head. I was wearing them over my hat which may have led me to stretch them too far out when taking them off.

Oh well, I just realized Mark Lawton also has a bunch of spare screws in stock so I might contact him in the future if I can't get through to Luigi at Denon.
post #51 of 71

Thanks! ;-)

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Edited by mpereira - 12/29/13 at 5:13am
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Mine : D2000 has a right cup fallen two times and I'm afraid one day, when it falls again, i will lose the tiny vis :D, thanks for this thread, i know that i'm not the one who has his Denon fallen cup :D

post #55 of 71

For all of those still interested,

Luigi still has replacement parts for the D-X000 line, I just got new stock pads from him. =)

post #56 of 71

 

Need driver replacemet for my D7000.

Were can i easly get a used or new one?

post #57 of 71
Contact Luigi. I'm sure it won't be cheap but it's your best bet
post #58 of 71

PSXX, how much you paid for new stock pads ? I have mines on the D5000 begin to worm out ... >.<

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PSXX, how much you paid for new stock pads ? I have mines on the D5000 begin to worm out ... >.<


There's an ebay seller for $35.  I'll have to search for it but it's there.  If you can't find it post up and I'll dig it up.  Search for "D5000 pads" or something like that. 

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PSXX, how much you paid for new stock pads ? I have mines on the D5000 begin to worm out ... >.<</div>
They cost me 60 plus shipping.
I'll sell you mine, I had bought them for comparison purposes. I currently have Lawton Audio Angle Pads on my D2K which provide a slight decrease in sibilance in my opinion plus they are more comfortable on my head due to the increased clamp force and plushier pads.

My stock pads are practically brand new and come directly from denon. PM me if you want them
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