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post #406 of 544
What cute said. Value is highly subjective. To me, with better pads,these are $150+ headphones.
post #407 of 544

And the Takstar 2050/Technical Pro HPT990 may be even better.......will have the Takstar Pro80/Gemeni DJ HSR-1000 in a few days for comparison!

 

Somic EFi82 MT are gone!

post #408 of 544
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And the Takstar 2050/Technical Pro HPT990 may be even better.......will have the Takstar Pro80/Gemeni DJ HSR-1000 in a few days for comparison!

 

Somic EFi82 MT are gone!

 

post #409 of 544

LMAO......what can I say!

post #410 of 544

Just picked up the Somic MH463 or Lasmex H75 Pro as sold here, they are lovely! Will have to swap out the earpads, not comfortable at all triportsad.gif

post #411 of 544
Seems universally that the stock pads are reviled. Is the cloth lining uncomfortable too?
post #412 of 544

Not sure. Definitely doesn't do much when squishing against your ears though.

post #413 of 544
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Seems universally that the stock pads are reviled. Is the cloth lining uncomfortable too?

 

The cloth lining is part of the earpads and come off with them when you change pads.  So not really relevant.

post #414 of 544
Oh, thank you for the info Joe. Makes things a lot easier when swapping out by the sounds of it. Most are opting for Turtle Beach pads, no?
post #415 of 544
I don't get the problem with the stock pads. They're quite comfortable, and so is the headband. The clamping force feels rather medium. The weight is the only thing making comfort worse.
I'm speaking of the Lasmex but I doubt they've changed anything.
I have noticed some differences, though:
1. Lasmex logo instead of Somic (lol)
2. The earpads and driver coverings are purple
3. They come with a carrying pouch smily_headphones1.gif

Edit. After wearing them a few hours straight, I noticed increasing discomfort. The earcups are a bit too shallow...
Edited by UnknownAX - 5/7/13 at 9:27am
post #416 of 544
The Lasmex version has a longer cable too doesn't it? I wasn't aware there were other branded versions. Went off and done a bit of investigating. Here's an unboxing:

post #417 of 544
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Originally Posted by UnknownAX View Post

I don't get the problem with the stock pads. They're quite comfortable, and so is the headband. The clamping force feels rather medium. The weight is the only thing making comfort worse.
I'm speaking of the Lasmex but I doubt they've changed anything.
I have noticed some differences, though:
1. Lasmex logo instead of Somic (lol)
2. The earpads and driver coverings are purple
3. They come with a carrying pouch smily_headphones1.gif

Edit. After wearing them a few hours straight, I noticed increasing discomfort. The earcups are a bit too shallow...

Now you know why ppl don't like the stock pads. wink.gif Weight is definitely a downer for me as well. I pulled out the giant rubber in the headband and strapped one of these to it and it was a lot more bearable but YMMV.
post #418 of 544
The Lasmex has a thick, ~3m long cable.
And I just noticed that they sound 1000% better with an amp connected to my phone. smily_headphones1.gif The sound got so much fuller and now I can really understand what the others said about these headphones.
post #419 of 544

I haven't made up mind whether to go for the ATHm50 pads or the turtle beach...suggestions are eagerly welcome! normal_smile%20.gif

 

@MrEleventy, do you think the Beyerdynamic dt990 headband would fit?


Edited by bala - 5/9/13 at 2:01am
post #420 of 544
I think it should. I didn't try it before I sold the MH463s. It does partially work on Senn HD600s.
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