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Stop sound leakage from Panasonic RP-HTF600s

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Hey guys, so I've been looking at some mods for these headphones, but there is no mod to stop sound leakage from the headphones or increase the noise isolation, because as is, these headphones leak pretty badly and can't stop a lot of noise from coming in. I've tried mods like covering the vent holes, adding padding to the ear cup, and all of that. So far I'm not exactly comfortable with internally modding these cause I'm afraid I'll break them, but anyways, are there any external mods I can do that will help isolate noise, or will I have to internally mod them. If there are any mods out there for the HTF600s that I missed, please note it, especially if it helps with sound leakage.

 

List of mods I've seen: Replace stock pads with Beyerdynamic pads | Cover vent holes externally and internally | Use paper towels/cotton to pad the inside perimeter of ear cups | Remove foam covering the drivers.

 

Thanks in advance!

 - techbeast34

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they are semi open headphones. you might need to look in to some closed back headphones, if you need good sound isolation.

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