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How do I rewire my Beyerdynamic DT990 Pros?

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I'd prefer to keep them from looking messed up when opening them to rewire them.  Sick of the coil cable it seems to catch on things and just feels like it's too heavy.

 

Planning on getting some Mogami Quad 2534 and some Neutrik NYS231L or Neutrik NYS231BG to rewire it.

post #2 of 3

There are threads detailing how to rewire beyerdynamic headphones. 

Despite the OP of these threads posting something like "how to rewire your DT770" rewiring the DT-770, 880, and 990 are all the same. 

32, 80, 250, and 600 ohm variants - also all the same. Dont be an idiot and take out the protection diodes if your headphone is so equipped. 

 

If you want them to look pretty take your time and do it right. 

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Got a Neutrik 1/4th inch instead (decided I wanted something more rugged.) The cable has a bit of microphonics where it connects to the earcup.  What should I use to keep it in place?

 

Glue?

 

Oh I didn't see anything that looked like a protection diode?  Or is that the little spoke under each soldering joint?

 

Now....feel like doing the color mod on the ear foam that I saw someone do to some vintage beyers here.  Perhaps purple cloth!


Edited by TsukiNick - 1/23/14 at 12:29am
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