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post #556 of 566
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

Strap the headfone withthe mangled gelpads over a rugbyball???

 

Which will also flatten them out more.

post #557 of 566

I want to start a revolution in headphones :

If you are lucky, you'll get to be my age.....
The average human body stops most development by age 18, 19, 20.
The Nose and EARS continue to grow.

If you  barely fit your ears into the cans, what about and old Geezer such is I?????

I have 3 Sennheiser over ears.  

My right ear must be larger (maybe the left didn't grow as much?).

So I have a snug fit , or maybe even since i can't see inside the cup it could be that the top of the ear folds a bit?

Any ideas?  Sennheiser has replacements but they are the same as  the originals.

I ordered LOL Sennheiser relacement pads from China for extremely cheap but they were no more than generic tiny pads !

post #558 of 566
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Originally Posted by AtrafCreez View Post
 

I have 3 Sennheiser over ears.  

My right ear must be larger (maybe the left didn't grow as much?).

So I have a snug fit , or maybe even since i can't see inside the cup it could be that the top of the ear folds a bit?

Any ideas?  Sennheiser has replacements but they are the same as  the originals.

I ordered LOL Sennheiser relacement pads from China for extremely cheap but they were no more than generic tiny pads !

Which model?

post #559 of 566

Do you mean which model headphones?

Sennheiser RS 195  RS 180 and 350 Pro long gone.For the 350 I actually tried to make my own since the vynyl kept comming off and sticking to both ears.


Edited by AtrafCreez - 6/7/16 at 6:08am
post #560 of 566

Anyone ever tried the aftermarket (aka ebay ones) pads on the K701?

 

I've tried to compare them (one original in one ear, the other in the other ear while swapping the channel) and I can't discern a difference, my ears aren't that trained though. They come with a thinner ring probably to compensate for the size

post #561 of 566
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Originally Posted by Nachash View Post
 

Anyone ever tried the aftermarket (aka ebay ones) pads on the K701?

 

I've tried to compare them (one original in one ear, the other in the other ear while swapping the channel) and I can't discern a difference, my ears aren't that trained though. They come with a thinner ring probably to compensate for the size

 

Are the ebay pads on the left or right? I have always wondered how they compared to the 701/702 angled pads.

post #562 of 566

The right, the left are the original ones.

I've used the right ones more, so they're slight thinner that what they used to be. While I used the original ones for like 4 hours in total.

 

The chinese ones are angled and they have that AKG lock-on mechanism on the back

post #563 of 566

Anyone know of bigger earpads to the Beyerdynamic T90s as I have big ears and they are a bit too small or a place to get the t70 pads cause the earhole is just those 0.3cm bigger and I can't seem to find a place to get them


Edited by Drakthor - 7/25/16 at 5:18pm
post #564 of 566

 

To anyone else here tried the brainwaz memory Brainwavz Replacement Memory Foam Earpads and it does wonders. They've basicly become and open ear Sennheiser Momentum. I think they sound amazing now. To anyone else entering this thread, they are half a centimeter higher the width is a centimeter smaller and it's about a centimeter thicker

All in all a good decision


Edited by Drakthor - 7/25/16 at 5:18pm
post #565 of 566
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Originally Posted by Drakthor View Post
 

 

 

To anyone else here tried the brainwaz memory Brainwavz Replacement Memory Foam Earpads and it does wonders. They've basicly become and open ear Sennheiser Momentum. I think they sound amazing now. To anyone else entering this thread, they are half a centimeter higher the width is a centimeter smaller and it's about a centimeter thicker

All in all a good decision

I might have to try this. I have the leather and velour Brainwavz pads but haven't found any headphones they actually sound good on. Maybe they will work on my dt880.

post #566 of 566

You go ahead and do that, I am only talking about my experience. Sound is percieved differently by each individual so you might find it ****ty while I love it :)

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