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post #466 of 475
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Originally Posted by AstroBlack View Post

Ok thanks for the response, do you know of any that do?

Check this out - 

http://www.ebay.de/itm/Earpads-Pads-Cushions-for-Sennheiser-Momentum-over-Ear-Headphones-/161733174751?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_15&var=&hash=item6b4473c71d

 

By the looks, they're a tad smaller than stock :blink: but they're made to fit.

post #467 of 475

I have always put in my pocket on my way out of airplanes, the small sealed plastic bags containing new ear foams for the headphones they supply for their passengers.

These foam ear protection do fit Koss Porta Pro, and the Koss KSC 35/50/75 and similar small portable headphones!

Also Sennheiser PX100/200!

Just a tip, and these do not rot like the originals do!

post #468 of 475

This is a long shot, but wondering if anyone knows of a good set of pads that could work for the Meze 88 cans. I recently dug mine out of storage to replace the drivers, and noticed that one of the pads is basically falling apart. Wanted to replace the stock pads with a set that would accentuate the lower frequencies and tame the higher frequencies. Bass is way too thin, and highs too bright after the driver replacement. 

@Punnisher made some good suggestions which I'm going to implement. Just curious if anyone on here has personally had experience with aftermarket pads for the Meze 88's. 

post #469 of 475
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Originally Posted by HawaiiR View Post
 

This is a long shot, but wondering if anyone knows of a good set of pads that could work for the Meze 88 cans. I recently dug mine out of storage to replace the drivers, and noticed that one of the pads is basically falling apart. Wanted to replace the stock pads with a set that would accentuate the lower frequencies and tame the higher frequencies. Bass is way too thin, and highs too bright after the driver replacement. 

@Punnisher made some good suggestions which I'm going to implement. Just curious if anyone on here has personally had experience with aftermarket pads for the Meze 88's. 

 

The stock pads look terrible on the 88.

 

 

They remind me alot of the Audio Technica es9's.

 

 

Those pads might fit

post #470 of 475

Beyerdynamic DT770/880/990 and several BD pads (official and generic ones sold in ebay/Ali) all fit perfectly on Philips SHL3300, whose stock pads are on-the-ear and very unconfortable.

post #471 of 475

Does anyone know of any pads that fit the panasonic rp-htx7? My sisters pair is beginning to need new pads.

post #472 of 475

Are the HM5 earpads different from the NVX earpads?

 

I owned a pair of NVX earpads and I found them too squishy, which created a suction/plunger type effect on my head. I was wondering if the hm5s have the same problem.

post #473 of 475
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Originally Posted by DooberKnob View Post
 

Are the HM5 earpads different from the NVX earpads?

 

I owned a pair of NVX earpads and I found them too squishy, which created a suction/plunger type effect on my head. I was wondering if the hm5s have the same problem.

It's not the ear pads that make it a "plunger", it's the open-ness or closed-ness (?) of your headphones. If your ears feel like they're being plunged, they're doing a damn good job. Pleather pads are meant to seal well against your head and keep any sound waves from getting out. If you are wanting something unlike that, you should look at the HM5 VELOUR pads, which are meant to have air pass through them and not make a complete seal.

post #474 of 475

Hi,

     Does anyone know if there are replacement magnetic ear pads for the B&W P7.They sound amazing but I find the ear pads a bit too firm. I would love to buy some nice thick soft memory foam ear pads if there is anyone selling them.This would be the icing on the cake for me.

 

Martin,

post #475 of 475

Kingston HyperX Cloud/Takstar HI 2050/Technical Pro HPT990 velour ear pads, despite being oval shape, will fit Beyerdynamic DT series just fine with a bit of stretching. They affect the sound to some degrees though, this is what I conclude after trying them on my DT880: soundstage is noticeably smaller, all ranges are more pronounced, bass gets very tight, and at times even sounds metallic. Treble is now on a Grado level, which is well extended but might be too much with bad mastered records.

Also, a personal advice for Grado owners: Never ever buy the Ear Zonk leatherette ear pads. They transform my Grado SR325is into a Beats: muddy mid and treble, way boosted and loose bass. :(


Edited by Toothless - 7/29/15 at 6:48am
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