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post #1081 of 1725
Search the thread for HM5 I am sure you will find a link in the posts.
post #1082 of 1725
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Originally Posted by Trickster5596 View Post

That is the total diameter of the cups. The inside for the MkIIs is 2in (pleather) 1.75in (velour)and the K545s is 2in.

Thx again!


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post #1083 of 1725

No problem.

post #1084 of 1725

Got mine today. Initial impressions are: Me likey

 

Stay tuned. More to come...

post #1085 of 1725

Is this the right pad & website to purchase the pads? http://www.mp4nation.net/brainwavz-earphones/brainwavz-hm5-spare-earpad-1pc#product-tabs

 

Thanks.


Edited by MidNighTempest - 2/1/14 at 5:58pm
post #1086 of 1725
Yup that's it. Order 2 because they sell them individually versus a pair.
post #1087 of 1725
I got this a few days ago. It sounds very good, but K550 just sounds better with vocal and larger soundstage.
post #1088 of 1725

ADVICE PLEASE!

When adjusting the seal on my 545's the driver on the right crinkles when I apply very little pressure. It doesn't affect the sound quality and doesn't seem to be causing any issues. Seems strange that the left ear doesn't do it all. 

For those in the know is this acceptable or should I be thinking of exchanging this pair?

Cheers  


Edited by Scotshner - 2/2/14 at 8:05am
post #1089 of 1725

If I want the Original Pad, Not the HM5.  Where can I purchase it. 

post #1090 of 1725
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Originally Posted by Scotshner View Post

ADVICE PLEASE!
When adjusting the seal on my 545's the driver on the right crinkles when I apply very little pressure. It doesn't affect the sound quality and doesn't seem to be causing any issues. Seems strange that the left ear doesn't do it all. 
For those in the know is this acceptable or should I be thinking of exchanging this pair?
Cheers  
I had the same thing but i think it isn't a big problem. Don't press too quicly ...
post #1091 of 1725
Quote:
Originally Posted by Scotshner View Post
 

ADVICE PLEASE!

When adjusting the seal on my 545's the driver on the right crinkles when I apply very little pressure. It doesn't affect the sound quality and doesn't seem to be causing any issues. Seems strange that the left ear doesn't do it all. 

For those in the know is this acceptable or should I be thinking of exchanging this pair?

Cheers  

 

You have driver flex, as long as it doesn't impact sound quality, you're fine. 

post #1092 of 1725
Quote:
Originally Posted by Scotshner View Post
 

ADVICE PLEASE!

When adjusting the seal on my 545's the driver on the right crinkles when I apply very little pressure. It doesn't affect the sound quality and doesn't seem to be causing any issues. Seems strange that the left ear doesn't do it all. 

For those in the know is this acceptable or should I be thinking of exchanging this pair?

Cheers  

Same problem here (left ear-cup), but it hasn't affected the performance in any way.

post #1093 of 1725

 

- nevermind


Edited by Blinxat - 3/12/14 at 6:46am
post #1094 of 1725

I tried that link and it sounded ok all the way through a little interference presence below 40hz but sounded good. I guess it is just a pressure thing but I would rather it didnae do that!

Thanks for the responses.

post #1095 of 1725
My pair does not do this, so I wonder if it is normal.
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