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post #16 of 34

Maybe your dog wonders whats so good about these headphones you always play with? You better give your dog some love!

post #17 of 34

I read the post title too quick and thought that you said Mad Dogs gave you a heart attack lol..........they are quite good, so it is not out of the realm of possibility.blink.gif

post #18 of 34

May your cans rest in peace.

post #19 of 34
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I could sell you my DT880 250 ohmsredface.gif

 

Not before you get your 600 ohm 880s and provide a thorough analysis of any differences you perceive between them. :D

Those will be coming Friday or Saturday.. Or Mondayfrown.gif

post #20 of 34

Your dog is subtly suggesting it's time for an upgrade tongue.gif

post #21 of 34

I think the dog wants his/her day in the spotlight.

 

Why not post a pic of the dog here? 

post #22 of 34

Wow, that's rough (ruff!). Is your dog still a youngster? Ours disn't stop his wave of destruction until he was 2. He once ate a remote control. Entirely. It was never seen again.

post #23 of 34

I think animals in general have a dislike for anything that takes our attention away from them.

 

I should consider myself lucky, I have cats.

 

post #24 of 34
Sounds like your dog is bored. redface.gif

Anyways, be thankful it was only a half bag of Doritos and the pads and cables off your headphones, and not something majorly expensive (like wall-to-wall carpet, the interior of a car, furniture, etc). Looks like your cans will be good to go with new pads and a new cable - contact Beyer and see if they can help out (I vaguely remember a similar thread to this a few months ago, also involving Beyers, and Beyer provided replacement parts fairly readily; I think they're only bested by Ultrasone and Sennheiser when it comes to replacing parts).

I'd also make sure he didn't ingest any of the metal bits, that could be harmful for him.
post #25 of 34
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I think animals in general have a dislike for anything that takes our attention away from them.

 

I should consider myself lucky, I have cats.

 

 

Wow.. are those your D7000s? I hope your cats didn't do anything worse with them..

post #26 of 34
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Wow.. are those your D7000s? I hope your cats didn't do anything worse with them..

 

Luckily no, those were my D2000s, I included that picture to show the damage when I sold them.

post #27 of 34

OP - I'm sure the cable can be repaired, your heart will remain broken.
 


Edited by Grevlin - 2/5/13 at 2:47pm
post #28 of 34
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OP - I'm sure the cable can be repaired, your heart will remain broken.
 

I am thinking about just upgrading to some "Fancy new cable". The cable is already at least $100 if I remember from browsing the forums. Does any company offer the re-cabling service upon buying cable?

 

FYI: It would be my luck that I screw up the driver while soldering.

post #29 of 34

Too bad about your loss. You might wont to hide your shoes. My yellow lab took out about 6 pairs dress shoes when he was pup.

post #30 of 34

My cat is scared of my headphones. He got an earful of Michael Jackson on highest volume. Must have been worse for him since he has cat ears.

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