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post #151 of 742
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post

 

New pads would be a tremendous addition in my opinion. You would have no trouble selling them and it would improve on an already great sounding hp!!

Make sense. Appreciate it.

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post #152 of 742
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New pads would be a tremendous addition in my opinion. You would have no trouble selling them and it would improve on an already great sounding hp!!

 

Indeed, count me in for a pre-order if you decide to create them.

post #153 of 742
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Originally Posted by hybridamp View Post

This is in regards to the HE-400:

 

I have an idea, why doesn't HiFiMAN create an accessory ear pad set (perhaps name it: HiBASS?) that is thicker than the stock pads in order to space the driver a little bit more from my ear so I can enjoy the extra amount of bass that I hear when I pull the cans out from my head slightly.

I agree with this.  When I pull head phones away from my ears slightly the bass sound becomes phenomenal.  I think this spacing would greatly help with the overall sound, plus for those who did not like the sound they could keep stock pads.  Good idea hybridamp.  If headfi guys made this I would buy it instantly.


Edited by icehole - 10/7/12 at 11:22am
post #154 of 742
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I agree with this.  When I pull head phones away from my ears slightly the bass sound becomes phenomenal.  I think this spacing would greatly help with the overall sound, plus for those who did not like the sound they could keep stock pads.  Good idea hybridamp.  If headfi guys made this I would buy it instantly.

I'm not too sure about this idea though, the Hifiman HE-series design already has enough lateral clamp with the normal pads; thicker pads would mean even harder clamp that puts more pressure on the top of the ear than the bottom.

post #155 of 742

But you'd be able to stretch out the headband still to match the thickness of the pad and make it comfortable still. 

post #156 of 742
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But you'd be able to stretch out the headband still to match the thickness of the pad and make it comfortable still. 

 

Yeah but then the headband would become even flatter, exerting more point pressure to the tip of the cranium instead of an even force around the contour of the head.

post #157 of 742
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Yeah but then the headband would become even flatter, exerting more point pressure to the tip of the cranium instead of an even force around the contour of the head.

 

Hhm...maybe. I'd be willing to risk it for new pads. 

post #158 of 742
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Hhm...maybe. I'd be willing to risk it for new pads. 

As would I. 

post #159 of 742

No pain no gain.  I would buy the pads just to try.  If it ended up to painful, you could always swap back.  Plus, it would not need to be a major adjustment, just small amount of spacing I would think even less than quarter of an inch spacing.  Just a guess.  Really don't think it would make a big comfort difference, extra padding might help.

 

I remember someone on a thread suggesting that for excellent sound a true head-fier would don a crown of thorns.

post #160 of 742
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No pain no gain.  I would buy the pads just to try.  If it ended up to painful, you could always swap back.  Plus, it would not need to be a major adjustment, just small amount of spacing I would think even less than quarter of an inch spacing.  Just a guess.  Really don't think it would make a big comfort difference, extra padding might help.

 

I remember someone on a thread suggesting that for excellent sound a true head-fier would don a crown of thorns.

 

Oh you mean the Audeze fans? rolleyes.gif

post #161 of 742
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Oh you mean the Audeze fans? rolleyes.gif

Hahaha, must have been.

post #162 of 742
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Dear All Customers,

 

All of your ideas have been forwarded to our engineers and managers.

We are so appreciate for your support of our company and your precious advice.

You must know that they are so important for us.

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post #163 of 742
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Indeed, count me in for a pre-order if you decide to create them.

We will notice you all immediately if possible.

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post #164 of 742
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Hi dear,

We do not have that dealer. Actually, we do not have any dealer in France, but we do have some in Europe. Browse the website here http://hifiman.com/AboutUs/Dealer/ for more info.

If you get something from some dealer which is not cooperating with us, we cannot make the replacement or refund for you later (unless you pay for the extra warranty from us).

Is that clear?

Thanks for your inquiry.

 

Hi Erc!

 

When I asked at audiophonics.fr , I got this answer:

 

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"Hi,

Funny to hear that, to our knowledge their is only one official reseller of Hifiman product wich is themselves :

 http://head-direct.com/

However, we can assure you that we buy directly to them and warranty is fully covered.

You can ask our contact if you want: head.direct@gmail.com



Best Regards
David Aubert

"

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Maybe you are not entirely correct, or they are lying but I doubt it.

 

Let me know man!

 

Thanks, best regards, Luke


Edited by conquerator2 - 10/8/12 at 7:22am
post #165 of 742

HeadAmp just became an official reseller as well.  "I believe"

 

I want to confirm something:

 

Are the HE-5LEs being discontinued?

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