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post #226 of 582
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Just to let the SennGrado fans know, I created them on the review thread, so now we can more formally spread the word about how awesome they are!

http://www.head-fi.org/products/sennheiser-grado-hybrid-a-k-a-senngrado/reviews/11027
They deserve it smily_headphones1.gif
post #227 of 582
What a very nice thread, thx a lot smily_headphones1.gif
post #228 of 582

I can't wait to see how the cups from these two billets turn out and to hear how they sound with my Senn PX100ii drivers. Will keep you guys posted once I get them back :)

 

Redheart and Tigre Caspri

 


Edited by MrFaust - 5/22/14 at 8:42pm
post #229 of 582
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Originally Posted by MrFaust View Post
 

I can't wait to see how the cups from these two billets turn out and to hear how they sound with my Senn PX100ii drivers. Will keep you guys posted once I get them back :)

 

Redheart and Tigre Caspri

 

Nice! I wish I could buy wood that size, I have to buy 8 or 10 feet lengths.

 

 

Take a few pics of how you go about making them.

post #230 of 582

I'm curious how someone would rate their SennGrado's against the PS500's or HF-1/HF-2. Those are 3 sets of headphones that I really would like to get eventually.

post #231 of 582

 

Put a leather belt around some L-Cush pads and it improves the bass quite a bit in the closed cups but not that much in the open cups.

I ordered some KSC-75  to try in closed cups, I'll be making a couple of closed cups this week for the Koss drivers.

 

Has anyone managed to find a way to get the highs under control? 

post #232 of 582

I tried sewing the leather but I'm finding glue does a better job.

 

post #233 of 582
Any SennGrado owners heard both the Px100 and the PX100ii to comment on any changes?
post #234 of 582

Well it looks like it's time to disassemble my Senn PX100-ii's <- which I'm gonna have to pick up another pair of these at some point. I've been pleasantly surprised how good they sound on their own.

These just arrived this morning all the way from Indonesia

 

 

 

post #235 of 582
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Originally Posted by MrFaust View Post
 

Well it looks like it's time to disassemble my Senn PX100-ii's <- which I'm gonna have to pick up another pair of these at some point. I've been pleasantly surprised how good they sound on their own.

These just arrived this morning all the way from Indonesia

 

 

 

 

 

 

Niiice...

post #236 of 582
Man oh man has "grado" modding evolved since I last really posted on head-fi back in '11. Beautiful work everyone! I'm truly impressed and envious of your well crafted pieces! Congrats!biggrin.gif:)
post #237 of 582

I'm working on a couple of closed cups for some drivers I have on the way but need some cables. Anyone have any extra laying around?

I'd really appreciate it.:smile:

post #238 of 582
Those are looking great 7keys. Do you take orders or know of anyone who doe? I'd be interested in some closed or vented ones.
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Has anyone checked KEF M500 ? I believe it has a 40mm driver.

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