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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post


They look like Alpha Pads to me.

Looks like Audeze LCD-2/3 pads to me

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Originally Posted by Whippler View Post

Looks like Audeze LCD-2/3 pads to me
Such pads do not fit on a pair of Alpha Dogs, let alone the stock pads of the Alpha Dogs are Alpha pads.
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Intruder back from RSA, great service RSA
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Today I heard Final Audio Design Pandora at local Jaben store

Source : iPhone 5 s
Dac amp : Theorem copper edition
Headphone : Final audio design Pandora Hope VI



Direct iPhone 5 s is very good

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I really enjoy my recabled D2K, but boy after wearing it for 10 minutes my ears start sweating. Wish there is a pair of reference headphones which don't make my ears sweat.

 

On the other hand, my EXK is so comfy, non intrusive and almost weightless. I am so used to its comfort I can't take other phones now, plus the EXK sounds like a pair of headphone.

post #10161 of 13873
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Originally Posted by DMinor View Post

I really enjoy my recabled D2K, but boy after wearing it for 10 minutes my ears start sweating. Wish there is a pair of reference headphones which don't make my ears sweat.

On the other hand, my EXK is so comfy, non intrusive and almost weightless. I am so used to its comfort I can't take other phones now, plus the EXK sounds like a pair of headphone.
Try the shure srh940
The velour pads are pretty good about heat
post #10162 of 13873
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Originally Posted by mpawluk91 View Post


Try the shure srh940
The velour pads are pretty good about heat

 

Maybe I can try those pads on the D2K

post #10163 of 13873

Let's make some history:

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL media control. First balanced m80s ever :) 

 

Kojaku

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Is it able to run balanced? Since the input jack is 3.5mm? 

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Originally Posted by Cotnijoe View Post
 

Is it able to run balanced? Since the input jack is 3.5mm? 

Fraggler and I replaced the built-in jack with a balanced TRRS jack. So yes, it's fully balanced.

 

Kojaku

post #10166 of 13873
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Originally Posted by Kojaku View Post
 

Fraggler and I replaced the built-in jack with a balanced TRRS jack. So yes, it's fully balanced.

 

Kojaku

 

did you re-wire the connection between one cup to the other?  

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Yup. Also had to get rid of the extra plastic because the trrs plug was a bit taller. Not too bad though. Fraggler really knows what he's doing.
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How does the balanced change the sound?

 

BTW, your bottles seem running low.  :)

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Originally Posted by DMinor View Post

How does the balanced change the sound?

BTW, your bottles seem running low.  smily_headphones1.gif

It sounds FANTASTIC. I haven't heard an on-ear stage like this before. It's night and day.

As far as my bottles go...I'm refreshing those this weekend smily_headphones1.gif

Kojaku
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Originally Posted by Kojaku View Post

Yup. Also had to get rid of the extra plastic because the trrs plug was a bit taller. Not too bad though. Fraggler really knows what he's doing.

 

it looks like the stock cable from one cup to the other

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