at first, i'd like to introduce myself. My real Name is Tobias and i'm from Germany. I'm into Audio for several years now, but i never owned Headphones, so i recently bought some old Beyerdynamics, just to try them, and for mobile Audio.
And now for my Problem:
Since they don't have any model number printed on them, and Googling "Beyerdynamic Studio Headphones" doesn't realy deliver the desired results ;) , i can't find any specs or other Data.
Here are some Pictures of the Headphones:
They come with a DIN-Plug and a very long cable, the impedance is 600Ohms. When i dismantled them in order to attach a new cable with a 3.5mm-Jack (i didn't want to destroy original cable) i discovered that one of the drivers was damaged. The back of the driver itself is covered by some kind of dense foam which is held in place by a plastic grid. The grid is glued to the driver, and the glue broke, so the grid and the foam are loose. Does anybody know this construction? Do i have to pay attention to something when i try to repair it, or can i just glue it together and it will be fine?
And, does anybody know something about these Headphones?
Many thanks in advance, and greetings from Germany,