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Poll Results: What's your Sigma model?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 47% of voters (10)
    Normal Bias 6 Pin
  • 61% of voters (13)
    Pro Bias 5 Pin
  • 19% of voters (4)
    404 Modded Pro Bias with original drivers replaced by Lambda's
21 Total Votes  
post #106 of 110

You can use any Lambda ear pads - they fit, but they don't allow the ear speakers to sit at exactly the same angle to your head as using the Sigma pads, as the Sigma pads aren't undulating. It didn't seem to make a great deal of difference. The angles Lambda ear pads fitted my head a little better than the Sigma, pads, although there wasn't a great deal of difference.

post #107 of 110
The pads on my sigma are really flat black pads. Not sure if they are the original pads or not.
post #108 of 110

The pad of a Sigma is a few mm shorter than those in a Lambda (at least the current generation one).

 

It might cause you some problem with double sided tape provided, but otherwise it should fit.

post #109 of 110

Hi All,

 

 

Quote:

Originally Posted by davidsh View Post

The pads on my sigma are really flat black pads. Not sure if they are the original pads or not.

 

They are certainly very flat because there are old.

So, they must be certainly original : ) 

 

Change the ear pad can  maybe improve the bass because may be the earpad would stick better to your ear, but this is not certain.

post #110 of 110
Quote:
Originally Posted by davidsh View Post

The pads on my sigma are really flat black pads. Not sure if they are the original pads or not.

That sounds about right - no contouring as per the Lambda pads.

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