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Also, don't forget the Asgard amp, runs in class "A" mode and the case is the heat sink for the amp itself.  So don't be surprised at the level of heat that may be produced.

Way ahead of you, I already do eggs and bacon on it in the morning after it warms up.

post #1037 of 6388

Is this the same case?

 

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?is=REG&Q=&A=details&O=productlist&sku=580532

 

Does this offer sufficient protection? It looks really nice but wondering if it's enough to protect the Mad Dogs...

post #1038 of 6388

Yes, that's the case. I'd call it semi soft. There is some foam inside. It's not a Pelican case but It'll do.

 

gL!!

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Yes, that's the case. I'd call it semi soft. There is some foam inside. It's not a Pelican case but It'll do.

 

gL!!

 

 

Matt,

 

If that's the same case I got with my T70's then I would not use that.  It has lots of foam around all sides but it has none at the top where the 

 

Beyerdynamic name is

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*****Dog Pads as Promised*****

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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*****Dog Pads as Promised*****

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jealous...How was the install?  Pretty straight forward?

post #1042 of 6388

Dan did it.

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Dan did it.

 

Yeah, I realized after I posted that you probably got one of the premade ones.  Post impressions when you get a chance.  Excited to hear about the changes.

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Matt,

 

If that's the same case I got with my T70's then I would not use that.  It has lots of foam around all sides but it has none at the top where the 

 

Beyerdynamic name is

 

I don't think the T50Rps would need as much protection... I think that the Beyerdynamic case would be overkill for it. (I use that very same case with extra padding on the top for my D5000s... (woodies..)

post #1045 of 6388

New pads look comfy as well...

 

How do they feel preproman?

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New pads look comfy as well...

 

How do they feel preproman?

 

 

They feel really good, very comfy,

post #1047 of 6388

What about change if any, in the bass?

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Okay, I've done some looking, and I cannot for the LIFE of me find where to order these. Do I just message mrspeakers or something?

 

Also, I've read this works well with the E11, is that right?
 

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hojomojo96, I don't know about the E11, as I don't have a pair of Mad Dogs, but they can be ordered from this website.

http://www.mrspeakers.com/

 


Edited by potatoos - 9/12/12 at 2:26pm
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Originally Posted by hojomojo96 View Post

Okay, I've done some looking, and I cannot for the LIFE of me find where to order these. Do I just message mrspeakers or something?

 

Also, I've read this works well with the E11, is that right?
 

 

Well according to this: http://grooveshark.com/#!/s/The+Ferryman/3C8SBc?src=5 it outputs 200 mw at 32 olms, so at 50 olms which this headphone is, it's like 140 olms. However the sight reccomends you get an amp that outputs 100 mW per channel. The e11 has 3 channels and140 over 3 is less then 50 mW per channel which isn't near enough to drive it properly.

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