I remember you saying they came with velours already installed, you don't know by chance which velours they are?
Edited by TrollDragon - 2/9/14 at 7:51am
No, I'm really not sure. I did get to try them with the stock pads, and the bass was better, but the treble was a bit overpowering...ssssiblance. So I went back to the velours...easy to add a little bass bump if necessary. I had to cut down a bit on headphone use anyways, so I haven't bothered looking into any other pads.
Nice to walk around with the 'Sones at the store, one gets the looks but I don't care as I don't have to listen to muzak or undisciplined children...
Know how to repair scratches on them? (I didn't leave em there, never loaning out to family again)
There is no way I know of, my 780's are scratched and I was real careful with them too. Thin aluminum veneer is a scratch magnet IMHO, looks great but does not wear well.
oh than that makes more sense to me. Not saying you couldn't get an external amp for the xba-4; just that a lot of junior head-fiers are under the impression that adding an amp is always beneficial.
Hello Everyone, I new to the forums.
I look forward to meet you guys & learn more about audio.
This is my Daily rig:
Nexus 7 2013 > CM11 M3 > USB OTG > USB DAC (Syba SD-CM-UAUD) > Interconect > JDS Labs CmoyBB v2.03 > Sony MDR-XB400
Hopefully I'll be upgrading to a Stoner Acoustics UD110v2 in the near future.
I will also upgrade my headphones, but still unsure what will work work best with current combo.
Suggestions are welcomed.