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post #46 of 89
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Nice review SkyBleu! 



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post #47 of 89

May seem like a silly question, but which side does the cable on the HP100 attach to? I got a used pair of these on Amazon for just $89, but that was because they are missing the left and right labels. Maybe it does not really matter if the cups are totally symmetrical, but I still wonder which one is the right and which one is the left.

 

Edit: I figured it out from pictures on Amazon


Edited by Nirmalanow - 4/27/14 at 7:58pm
post #48 of 89
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Cable side is left, as usually with all one-sided headphones. smily_headphones1.gif
post #49 of 89

Got these about a month ago. I really, really enjoy them. Not sure there are better closed cans for the price or even twice the price. They are just solid, all-around cans :)

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grammer mistake , I am sorry 

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grammer mistake , I am sorry 
Grammar* wink.gif

Yes, what was it that you wanted? smily_headphones1.gif
post #52 of 89

Does anyone know if the pads on these are easy to remove/replace? Someone asked about them on my for sale listing for a pair of the HP100's. Would the velour pads from DT 990 work with these headphones?

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Does anyone know if the pads on these are easy to remove/replace? Someone asked about them on my for sale listing for a pair of the HP100's. Would the velour pads from DT 990 work with these headphones?
Yes, the pads are super easy to remove and install.
Yes the velour pads of the DT990 would work, but I fear it might brighten up the sound too much. I have yet to try this so, others may have a better response to this.
post #54 of 89
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Grammar* wink.gif

Yes, what was it that you wanted? smily_headphones1.gif


Nothing :) Just I wanted to say that

 

by the way my english grammar is intermetiate :)

post #55 of 89
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Nothing smily_headphones1.gif Just I wanted to say that

by the way my english grammar is intermetiate smily_headphones1.gif
All good, mate! smily_headphones1.gif
post #56 of 89
Are the Hp100 portable? Thanks
post #57 of 89
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Are the Hp100 portable? Thanks

That's really if you consider them portable? 

post #58 of 89
They're as big as beyer dt trio but they're foldable so it's slightly more portable, still a bit too big imho.
post #59 of 89
I was thinking about weight, cable and need to have an amp (to pair with DX50 dap)...
post #60 of 89
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I was thinking about weight, cable and need to have an amp (to pair with DX50 dap)...
Ooh, the weight leans a touch heavy for on the go purposes, and the stock coil cable is a bit clunky and weighty to carry around as well. It can be driven just fine out of a DX50, but amplification is preferred for more juice although wouldn't be necessary.
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