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post #286 of 297
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Originally Posted by migtan View Post
 

Thanks alot TrollDragon, I think the hm5 pads might fit my Denon Ah-D600, gonna order them soon.

You are most welcome, they are nice pads.

post #287 of 297

Troll, you have me wondering... what are the dimensions of the beyerdynamic 770/880 ear pads?


Edited by audiolibrarian - 7/29/14 at 9:56am
post #288 of 297
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Originally Posted by audiolibrarian View Post
 

Troll, you have me wondering... what are the dimensions of the beyerdynamic 770/880 ear pads?

I'll measure them for you later to be exact, but the DT880 cup is 100mm across and the pads are round with a small edge of plastic to slip over the cup rim and hold them on.

 

I don't think they would stay on the 8323's if that is what you are after... Also real beyerdynamic pads are not cheap. :wink_face:

post #289 of 297

:blink: How much are we talking? Also, I was planning on making an attachment that would be attached with the current screw holes to allow for larger ear pads as I don't want the pads touching my ears at all, so if I had to go larger so be it.

post #290 of 297
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Originally Posted by audiolibrarian View Post
 

:blink: How much are we talking? Also, I was planning on making an attachment that would be attached with the current screw holes to allow for larger ear pads as I don't want the pads touching my ears at all, so if I had to go larger so be it.

$48 from beyerdynamic.

http://north-america.beyerdynamic.com/shop/hah/spare-parts/ohrmuschelsatz-34.html

 

$35 from Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/Beyerdynamic-EDT990V-Headphone-Pads-Silver/dp/B001BYL5YE/ref=pd_sim_sbs_e_2

 

Anything cheap is a chinese clone...

 

You might want to have a look at the DT250 pads as well since they come with mounting rings...

http://www.amazon.com/Beyerdynamic-Velour-Earcushions-MDR7506-Headphones/dp/B0016MF7W2/ref=sr_1_1

 

Also the Shure 940 Velour's

http://www.amazon.com/Shure-HPAEC840-Replacement-Cushions-Headphones/dp/B002Z9JWZS/ref=pd_sim_e_4

:beerchug:


Edited by TrollDragon - 7/29/14 at 10:38am
post #291 of 297

Do you know the inner diameter of those Shure 840's or do you think it would be better to go with these HM5 thick pads?


Edited by audiolibrarian - 7/29/14 at 10:53am
post #292 of 297
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Do you know the inner diameter of those Shure 840's or do you think it would be better to go with these HM5 thick pads?

Sorry, posted the 840 Pleather instead of 940 Velour.

 

940 Link

http://www.amazon.com/Shure-HPAEC940-Replacement-Velour-Headphones/dp/B005OM06RG/ref=sr_1_2

 

 

And this is directly from Shure's customer support site about the 940 dimensions.

Quote: Shure Customer Support

-The interior opening of the SRH940 earpad is 42 mm east to west; and 62 mm north to south.

-The outer dimensions of the SRH940 earpad is 92 mm east to west; and 110 mm north to south.

-The earpad thickness is 25 mm.

 

I haven't tried the 940 Velour's but I do have the 840 Pleathers on my T50RP's, the HM5 pads will not fit on the T50RP's so it's hard to compare the two except that the HM5's are a bit thicker.

post #293 of 297

I'm thinking I need at least an inner width of 50mm, so those Shure ones won't fit. I know someone with the Beyerdynamic 770 stock and velour, so I might try those out before I go with anything, but the HM5 thick pads seem to be the next best thing. Just slightly sad to see most decent pads are as expensive or more than what I paid for my Monoprice 8323's.

 

Thanks again Troll, it's nice to know that people in this community are willing to help out a bunch.

post #294 of 297

Anytime, that's what we are here for!

 

If you find a pair of pads that fit nice and are comfortable then please post your findings here with a picture or two...

 

If you really want to go whole hog, the most luxurious pads I have ever worn were the LCD-3 lambskins at $100 a pair, we would have to have you committed though if you put them on the 8323's. :dt880smile: 

post #295 of 297
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 

Anytime, that's what we are here for!

 

If you find a pair of pads that fit nice and are comfortable then please post your findings here with a picture or two...

 

If you really want to go whole hog, the most luxurious pads I have ever worn were the LCD-3 lambskins at $100 a pair, we would have to have you committed though if you put them on the 8323's. :dt880smile: 

Would you know if the LCD-3 pads fit a D7k?

post #296 of 297
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Originally Posted by cripple1 View Post
 

Would you know if the LCD-3 pads fit a D7k?

Sorry I wouldn't.

post #297 of 297
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My current pad replacements are the MrSpeakers Aplha pads on the SRH1540, and the Shure alcantara pads on the HP200.

Sorry to kind of change the subject but uhh.. How are those ear pads for the HP200 and are there any differences between those and the stock earpads (sound-wise and comfort-wise)? 

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