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Which pads?
The WS55's are $6 a pair from ATH Service...

 

LINK'EM

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Search back in this thread, you have to contact AT US Customer service and email or talk to Dave.

On mobile so can't link to the post.
post #7473 of 8091
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Search back in this thread, you have to contact AT US Customer service and email or talk to Dave.

On mobile so can't link to the post.

 

 

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post #7474 of 8091
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Wee tip guys , beats solo pads are the best I have tried by a mile, doesn't change the sound much at all from stock ( which is the best imo , jvc knew best wow!)

 

Beats solo pads don't fit! Way too small! Do you mean mixr or something?

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Is it just me or do these get less bassy day by day. I am listening to a few hardstyle and techno songs and this is nowhere near the bass that i remember it had right out of the box. Yes it gained tightness and control, but quantity-wise it dropped significantly and showed more room for the mids. Which may be good for people who are scared of bass or for people who use these as a primary can but not good for me, i have my dt880's for non-bass heavy listening. Though this isn't much of a problem as there's always EQ :)

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Is it just me or do these get less bassy day by day. I am listening to a few hardstyle and techno songs and this is nowhere near the bass that i remember it had right out of the box. Yes it gained tightness and control, but quantity-wise it dropped significantly and showed more room for the mids. Which may be good for people who are scared of bass or for people who use these as a primary can but not good for me, i have my dt880's for non-bass heavy listening. Though this isn't much of a problem as there's always EQ :)

 

You wore them out get a new pair NOW! :tongue_smile:

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Is it just me or do these get less bassy day by day. I am listening to a few hardstyle and techno songs and this is nowhere near the bass that i remember it had right out of the box. Yes it gained tightness and control, but quantity-wise it dropped significantly and showed more room for the mids. Which may be good for people who are scared of bass or for people who use these as a primary can but not good for me, i have my dt880's for non-bass heavy listening. Though this isn't much of a problem as there's always EQ :)

You can always get a Digizoid ZO if you think bass is lacking..................it won't be after that!

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You can always get a Digizoid ZO if you think bass is lacking..................it won't be after that!
How much bass would that add? I already have an E11 so do you think the Digizoid is worth it? (Keep in mind I have no money now so I need to save up)
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You wore them out get a new pair NOW! tongue_smile.gif

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How much bass would that add? I already have an E11 so do you think the Digizoid is worth it? (Keep in mind I have no money now so I need to save up)
I am BROKE biggrin.gif xD

 

It's really a whole different sound....quite fun!

post #7481 of 8091
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It's really a whole different sound....quite fun!
Guys, stahp. My wallet is becoming anorexic.
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So I finally broke down and decided to get the WS55 pads. After the HM5 pads decided to fit better on the MDR-7506's I gave my brother, I decided to be okay with stock pads. I decided today that I should try a pair of pads that might not aggravate my head-dermatitis :basshead:.

 

I emailed Dave at AT (dwebb@atus.com), and he literally replied within two minutes. Unbelievable.

 

Also, I've noticed I have a propensity to not talk about what the rest of the thread is talking about at any given time. Pads during DACs. Paintjobs during pads. When will I learn? :deadhorse:

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How much bass would that add? I already have an E11 so do you think the Digizoid is worth it? (Keep in mind I have no money now so I need to save up)
I am BROKE biggrin.gif xD

The ZO adds up to 32 different levels of bass contour, all in the low end (no mid bleed).  Very good little unit, can be had used for $50ish. 

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Which pads?
The WS55's are $6 a pair from ATH Service...

 

Link?

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Link?

 

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I emailed Dave at AT (dwebb@atus.com), and he literally replied within two minutes.

 

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