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No Earzonk on ebay or amazon uk.....but on the google , the earzonk main page want about $20... not sure if inc post......so no good.....shame.......SORRY..these were for the larger one.....the L ones are about $10.......ill check them out...thanks ..

 

Looks like they don't ship to the uk......they maybe similar quality to the  Store One  brand to be honest..????


Edited by funkymartyn - 3/4/15 at 9:48am
post #437 of 445
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Originally Posted by Giogio View Post
 

Hello everybody! I kind of need help. I have finally found the perfect sounding bluetooth headphone (for my tastes) and there is only one thing keeping me from keeping them: their thin earpads which make my ears touch the drivers.

So I am looking for non original replacement.

It must be round, not oval, with a diamater of 80mm (I suppose that 85 could work) and a thickness of at least 25mm (the more the better).

 

Any help would be very much appreciated.

HM5 due to oval form for now excluded.


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post #438 of 445

I've been running Earzonk's G-pads on my cans for some time but finally decided to retire them. Comfortable as all hell, but there as an uncomfortable resonance at certain frequencies that causes a buzz. Not sure if it's the material, or what, but I went back to my comfies.

post #439 of 445
Quote:
Originally Posted by funkymartyn View Post
 

No Earzonk on ebay or amazon uk.....but on the google , the earzonk main page want about $20... not sure if inc post......so no good.....shame.......SORRY..these were for the larger one.....the L ones are about $10.......ill check them out...thanks ..

 

Looks like they don't ship to the uk......they maybe similar quality to the  Store One  brand to be honest..????

Are you having an asthma attack? :o 

post #440 of 445

GreQ.....lol...no but I was a bit mixed up......im after a pair of grado sr 325i spare doughnuts, pads.....but £25 not cheap.....But not sure if these will fit mine ?

post #441 of 445
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Originally Posted by funkymartyn View Post
 

GreQ.....lol...no but I was a bit mixed up......im after a pair of grado sr 325i spare doughnuts, pads.....but £25 not cheap.....But not sure if these will fit mine ?

He was making a joke about your "............".

post #442 of 445

Yes I thought so, iv always been the same, sorry...lol

post #443 of 445

I am looking for replacement ear pads for my ATH-PRO5V cans.  I don't want more stocks, as they kind of disintegrated.  Anyone know if the Brainwavs thick pads will fit? I'm afraid they could be to big.


Edited by coreysherman1 - 3/29/15 at 4:31pm
post #444 of 445

I am looking for some new pads for my Denon AH-D2000 and AH-D7000 - what are the best ones to get?

 

Also, does anyone have a link to where I can get JMoney pads?  I can't find a site anywhere and am in UK.

 

Thanks.

post #445 of 445
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Originally Posted by Rocker UK View Post
 

I am looking for some new pads for my Denon AH-D2000 and AH-D7000 - what are the best ones to get?

 

Also, does anyone have a link to where I can get JMoney pads?  I can't find a site anywhere and am in UK.

 

Thanks.


J$ pads are only available used.  Best pads from my testing is the Lawton angle for $100, the Stax 007 for $160, Mr Speakers Alpha for $59 or if you're on a tight budget there's a seller on ebay who has what appears to be stock knockoffs for $38 and worth it.

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