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It sat easily on my head...v light clamp but sufficient. 

The band is long enuf to sit properly covering my ears. ( unlike the CL )

Isolation is good with music on.. i could enjoy the music.

Overall i think it is a comfy headband...err headfone.  lolz

post #4262 of 6488

http://www.ebay.com.sg/itm/Premium-Leather-Case-fit-Grado-SR60i-SR80i-SR125i-SR325i-RS1-RS2-/191079431820?pt=US_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item2c7d38be8c

 

Pataburd...would u get this case?

post #4263 of 6488
Someone buy these: I doubt they'd work but it's quite possible:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B008MP7HUG/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_2?ie=UTF8&smid=A1SLVM126O4E8U
post #4264 of 6488

That is really nice-looking case. I usually don't go for that sort of orangey leather but that might be an exception.
post #4265 of 6488
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That is really nice-looking case. I usually don't go for that sort of orangey leather but that might be an exception.


Looks like a man purse.

post #4266 of 6488
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Looks like a man purse.

 

I hadn't noticed the strap. I think it looks more like a binoculars' case.

post #4267 of 6488
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I hadn't noticed the strap. I think it looks more like a binoculars' case.

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post #4268 of 6488

I still can't get a good seal.  The soundstage is always off in some way.  Too forward and the soundstage doesn't surround you, and it sounds kind of dull and boring.  Too centered and you get bloated bass and vocals that don't sound like they're in front of you.  Too far back and they just don't sound good.  I just don't know how to wear these damn things lol!  I mean, they sound good, they just sound off.  Not full enough and I'm sure it's because of the shape of my ears/head.  I NEED some sort of over ear mod.  Suggestions?  Do the Beats solo pads fix this, or this:

 

http://www.amazon.com/David-Clark-Comfort-Covers-22658G-01/dp/B003VSCCXG/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1395686670&sr=8-2&keywords=david+clark+ear+seals

with this

http://www.amazon.com/Seals-David-Clark-Aviation-Headsets/dp/B008MP7HUG/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1395686716&sr=8-3&keywords=david+clark+ear+seals

post #4269 of 6488
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I still can't get a good seal.  The soundstage is always off in some way.  Too forward and the soundstage doesn't surround you, and it sounds kind of dull and boring.  Too centered and you get bloated bass and vocals that don't sound like they're in front of you.  Too far back and they just don't sound good.  I just don't know how to wear these damn things lol!  I mean, they sound good, they just sound off.  Not full enough and I'm sure it's because of the shape of my ears/head.  I NEED some sort of over ear mod.  Suggestions?  Do the Beats solo pads fix this, or this:

http://www.amazon.com/David-Clark-Comfort-Covers-22658G-01/dp/B003VSCCXG/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1395686670&sr=8-2&keywords=david+clark+ear+seals
with this
http://www.amazon.com/Seals-David-Clark-Aviation-Headsets/dp/B008MP7HUG/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1395686716&sr=8-3&keywords=david+clark+ear+seals
Try another set of pads
post #4270 of 6488
Trunks, you just need to start liking bass lol!
post #4271 of 6488
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Trunks, you just need to start liking bass lol!

lol, I like the WS99… kinda.  I love the FC300 which has boosted bass.  I think its my ears (external)

post #4272 of 6488

The FC300 is quite nice...  I get the feeling it might actually be a decent jack of all trades, but I haven't really tested it in that manner.

post #4273 of 6488

Ok, around 50 hours of burn in so far, time to listen for a little bit before I head out tonight.  I bet they'll sound great.

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Ok, around 50 hours of burn in so far, time to listen for a little bit before I head out tonight.  I bet they'll sound great.

 

 

I hope you like how they sound.   Did you listen to them before you started the burn-in process?

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I did, mainly to get a feel for the sound.  I'm pretty sure I've noticed the bass improve, altho what I'm listening to isn't a good metric by any means.  The comfort... I'm going to have to work on that.

 

Hmm...  these may dethrone my Ety HF5 for portable classical listening.


Edited by Saoshyant - 3/24/14 at 4:11pm
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