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post #16 of 30
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Originally Posted by Andrew_WOT View Post


Please post your impressions and pictures after you get one. It seems like the best out of the bunch I've seen so far.

Will do.
post #17 of 30
Ok I bought it - I figured paying $44 isn't much considering it'll be protecting a $500 pair of headphones. I'll post my impressions once it arrives.
post #18 of 30
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Originally Posted by doomsweek View Post

I'm also interested if my Sennheiser HD600 will fit in this case.

There's this thing on Amazon

 

http://www.amazon.com/CASEBUDi-Headphone-Case-compatible-Sennheiser/dp/B009EEGVY2

 

It seems like it was designed for HD600s, 650s, 598s, etc.

post #19 of 30
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Originally Posted by 96rubberduckys View Post

There's this thing on Amazon

 

http://www.amazon.com/CASEBUDi-Headphone-Case-compatible-Sennheiser/dp/B009EEGVY2

 

It seems like it was designed for HD600s, 650s, 598s, etc.

I got this case last week for my 598's. Was only $20 when they still had it in stock. Would assume it would work well for the HD600's. It is sturdy enough that I can throw it in my computer bag and not worry about my cans. HD598's fit well int there with the cord. You have to detach the cord to get the headphones to fit in the case.

post #20 of 30
I use the Slappa case for my Sony MDR-1R's and love it. They fit perfect with a little room to spare. Plus it is small enough to fit in my backpack.
post #21 of 30
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Originally Posted by dryvadeum View Post

Ok I bought it - I figured paying $44 isn't much considering it'll be protecting a $500 pair of headphones. I'll post my impressions once it arrives.


Did it arrive yet? smile.gif

post #22 of 30
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Originally Posted by Andrew_WOT View Post


Did it arrive yet? smile.gif

Nah, arrived yet. They said its going to take 3-4 weeks...
post #23 of 30
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Originally Posted by Andrew_WOT View Post


Did it arrive yet? smile.gif

I got it the other day. 

 

It's a lot bigger than I thought it'd be. My D5000's fit in it fine, although the case isn't as hard as I'd like it to be. If you accidentally sat on it with the headphones inside it I'm not sure it'd protect them that well. That's not to say the case has no firmness to it, I just thought it'd be more stiff. It has plenty of space inside for extra accessories and even has a little mesh pocket lining the front cover. It also has a good handle so I'd recommend this for anyone wanting a good firm case with a carrying handle.

post #24 of 30
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Originally Posted by dryvadeum View Post

I got it the other day. 

 

It's a lot bigger than I thought it'd be. My D5000's fit in it fine, although the case isn't as hard as I'd like it to be. If you accidentally sat on it with the headphones inside it I'm not sure it'd protect them that well. That's not to say the case has no firmness to it, I just thought it'd be more stiff. It has plenty of space inside for extra accessories and even has a little mesh pocket lining the front cover. It also has a good handle so I'd recommend this for anyone wanting a good firm case with a carrying handle.


Great, can you please snap a picture with D5K in it?

post #25 of 30
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Originally Posted by Andrew_WOT View Post


Great, can you please snap a picture with D5K in it?

 

   

 

The Denon's earcups have to be tilted slightly to fit in and when the lid is closed they sit in the indentation of the front cover. I'm not sure if that's really a good thing or not.

post #26 of 30

I got this one from amazon (2, actually).  It is light duty but certainy enough for car travel.  Fits my HE-500 and HD700 wonderfully. It's not a pelican, but is awesome for $17.50.

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000P3WPKK/ref=oh_details_o09_s00_i00


Edited by smcginni - 2/4/13 at 5:18pm
post #27 of 30
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Originally Posted by 96rubberduckys View Post

There's this thing on Amazon

 

http://www.amazon.com/CASEBUDi-Headphone-Case-compatible-Sennheiser/dp/B009EEGVY2

 

It seems like it was designed for HD600s, 650s, 598s, etc.

Thank you for sharing this information.

 

I bought 2 of them for HD600 and hopefully ATH-W1000 will fit too.  I will post some picture when them arrive.

 

Thanks again.

post #28 of 30
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Originally Posted by Bu11dog View Post

Thank you for sharing this information.

 

I bought 2 of them for HD600 and hopefully ATH-W1000 will fit too.  I will post some picture when them arrive.

 

Thanks again.

Ok, got those cases last week and tried all my full-size headphones with it.  

 

*HD600/HD580 - with original cable fit nicely but with custom cable like Zu Audio Mobius, it is very tight.

*ATH-W1000/3000ANV - does not fit at all.

*RS-1/PS-500/HF-2 - Perfect!

*K240/K270 - A little tight but fits

 

One small issue, the case is nicely made but smell a little weird.  It is possibly that smell comes from the packaging.  

 

I am still looking for good cases for ATH-W1000 and W3000ANV.


Edited by Bu11dog - 5/23/13 at 11:26am
post #29 of 30

Bu11dog, can you please post a photo of the hd600 in the casebudi? Thanks!

post #30 of 30
I just purchased the Slappa hard case for my DT 880's. Hopefully they fit well.
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