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I found that the best thing to find the comfort with these headphones is a lot different than other cans. I would start by opening the sliders as far as they can go and place them on your head. You will find that they still fit decently from there and you can adjust one click at a time to see where it's the best combo of seal and comfort. You should only have to go one or two clicks past wide open.
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Temperature is why I sold mine. I had bought them for use on the bus, but they are just too hot! Shame, such a nice sounding headphone. My XS should arrive this week so hopefully the heat issue will be taken care of.

 

IME if you're wearing closed headphones in any kind of warm(ish) environment,

or while moving about,

they'll get pretty hot inside the ear cushions.

 

The V Moda XS, Beyerdyamic T51p, and similar headphones with small ear cushions

make for a much cooler ride. 

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IME if you're wearing closed headphones in any kind of warm(ish) environment,

or while moving about,

they'll get pretty hot inside the ear cushions.

 

The V Moda XS, Beyerdyamic T51p, and similar headphones with small ear cushions

make for a much cooler ride. 


I know, that is why I bought the XS! Not to mention, love NAD, have owned several pieces of NAD kit over the years, including my current M3, but the HP50s were just to goofy looking for public wear. At first I didn't think so, but over time I just couldn't wear them without feeling self-conscious. Shame, great sounding headphone that does nothing really wrong, and several things really right!

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