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post #1396 of 2456
I might try to order some replacement pads for mine... Thinking if they are hand made they will likely have alot of variation, maybe the new ones would stick out a but more :3

If not, im sure i could figure out a way to add stuffing from one earpad to the other or to just combine the earpads somehow, idk lol

But trust me, my ears can handle a tiny bit of soreness for all of the love the recieve lol. If i cant figure out a way to make my signature djs more comfy i will deal with it smily_headphones1.gif
post #1397 of 2456
Ugh everytime i hear them i wanna cry :')

Thanks again noxa!!
post #1398 of 2456
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post


They are not shown on the website. You have to call the Sennheiser location and ask for it.

Re the cup issue. That's why I traded mine. I tried a length of 1/4" rope under the pads and it helped a bit but honestly as pietcux said I'd try another headphone. Or try to fit a pair of Alpha pads on them somehow, then they would be amazing phones.

 

Thank you for the info.  I wish there were comparable headphones that would fit better, but I can't find any.  I need something closed with good isolation/minimal leakage that has large, deep ear cups.  Sennheiser and Beyerdynamics fit me perfectly, but all the great Sennheisers are open and the Beyers just don't have quite the bass I want for modern music.  As sloomingbla said, I'm willing to take a little pain for the great sound I'm experiencing :)   


Edited by bytor33 - 1/28/14 at 9:22pm
post #1399 of 2456
I have pretty much the same problem too. The earpads and headband are plenty comfy to me but the earcup depth could use some improving. But atleast for me its not too bad, just makes my ears a bit sore after an hour or two.
post #1400 of 2456

In the forum are some solutions with the ear cup depth problem. I have some rubber tubing under the ear pads, some people do 1 piece of high grade tissue on each side. See post #1768 , some take replacement pads from other headphones or do some fabric in the ear cups to make them more comfortable.

I don't like the high grade tissue method, because I get too much space and the sound change. With different pads the same problem may be, but I have never tried, but maybe the best solution if the sound is OK.

With some fabric the sound differs too (highs).

Be creative :atsmile:.

post #1401 of 2456
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Originally Posted by Hans Waider View Post
 

In the forum are some solutions with the ear cup depth problem. I have some rubber tubing under the ear pads, some people do 1 piece of high grade tissue on each side. See post #1768 , some take replacement pads from other headphones or do some fabric in the ear cups to make them more comfortable.

I don't like the high grade tissue method, because I get too much space and the sound change. With different pads the same problem may be, but I have never tried, but maybe the best solution if the sound is OK.

With some fabric the sound differs too (highs).

Be creative :atsmile:.

seems kinda sad to me that a pair of $1k ultra-luxury headphones has comfort issues and requires such a ghetto mod. I personally was really disappointed with the earcup depth of the $300 M100s, but V-Moda has since then released XL pads. What are the actual dimension measurements for these headphones? too shallow earcup depth is an instant deal breaker for me.

post #1402 of 2456
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Originally Posted by money4me247 View Post
 

What are the actual dimension measurements for these headphones?

Ear pads:

Inside dimensions: ~56 x 45 mm
External dimensions: ~100 x 90 mm

Depth: ~ 16 mm (with 4 mm rubber tubing underneath)

post #1403 of 2456

I have both, the Sig Pro and the Sig Dj. Both have a ear cushion depth of 19 mm if not worn. This gets less when on head, not too much for my rather large ears. The same goes for the vinyl pads that I have.

post #1404 of 2456
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Originally Posted by Taistelu-Jaska View Post
 

Any portable amp/dac recommendations for SigDjs?

V-Moda Verza.  I have been in portable audio nirvana with this combo.

post #1405 of 2456

I love my dj's paired with a CEntrance M8.

post #1406 of 2456
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Originally Posted by ldzhjn View Post
 

Someone help me with the choice between Sig DJ and D7100 please.

Here's the detailed post.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/702039/ultrasone-signature-dj-or-denon-d7100

 

Sig DJ ...... Simple choice :smile_phones:

 

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Originally Posted by Taistelu-Jaska View Post
 

Any portable amp/dac recommendations for SigDjs?

 

Sony PHA-1 a match made in heaven, I reckon the Sig DJ will impress from just about any source

post #1407 of 2456
Anyone know of higher quality cables that i could buy for the signature dj?
post #1408 of 2456
Oyaide
Edited by Fegefeuer - 2/21/14 at 9:49am
post #1409 of 2456
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Originally Posted by Fegefeuer View Post

Ouyaide

I can only find plugs for the pro 550-900 series frown.gif

Will that type of plug work?
post #1410 of 2456
No way. It is larger(3.5 mm) and has to be srewed into position.
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