Originally Posted by Lorspeaker
Try duplicating my mod exaactly..see how it sounds...since u wanna sell.
Got back inside the BASS-modded pair and removed the Tacky that was covering/sealing the headband tube ports. Also Dynamatted the back of the (plastic) driver casing. Mids are nicely opened up and BASS is not so thick. BASS impact/concussion is still a little strong for my ears--BOY, do these things move air when the Hole is opened!
Instead of using an elongated piece of rectangular felt at the bottom of each cup, I used a 3/8" semi-circular piece with the straight edge aligned toward the center (rounded edge pointed outward). Wanted to ask: what was the effect of elongating that felt piece? Did it attenuate some of the BASS slam?
I am thinking about putting some very porous acoustic material directly over the Hole to retard some of the airflow and attenuate the BASS just a tad. That way I can move up to higher volumes without the BASS pressure being so domineering.
My foam/chamois/Dynamat mod sounds very open. Bass slam is down/manageable w/bass pitch still excellent, soundstage is very relaxed, mids are more open and full, treble is very transparent. This mod, with the Auvio cable and the KMF amp sounds just right to me.
But when I want bona fide BASSHEAD slamm with R&R tracks, and really want to plumb the depths of the DEEP, I reach for the LorsMikros(BASS) on my home rig.
Edited by pataburd - 3/11/14 at 6:24am