Alt earpads for the A900X?
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I been using my A900X's for a long while, I do enjoy the headphones very much but their ear-pads started to hurt my left Ear. I tried twisting  the pads around, Thinking that it was on wrong. But that doesn't solve the problem. I def do not want to change from the A900x. But I was wondering if they're was any other ear-pads, that will fit on the A900x and not change it sound signature. I know I saw a thread which mention a couple that would fit. But I cant seem to find the thread any more,I also don't recall which Audio Techinca models of headphone ear-pads that would work on these, that are not costly.
 
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I take it no one has a A900X that they changed the stock pads of to something else.
 
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The L3000 pads look like they should fit. 
 
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Yea they do look like they would fit, but if only they wasn't 100 dollars. If I was handy with crafting, I would make the currents work better. But yea thx for the suggestion of the L3000 Pads.
 
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Yup... all pad options for it seem to go for a pretty penny. I tried to look for pad alternatives too and was close to get the W1000x Pads but REFUSED to spend $80+ for them and decided to sell the headphones instead! lol :wink:
 
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Yea, That def what I don't wanna do, I like the headphones too much to sell them. If I did sell them i might in up getting a headphone that  I don't like how it sounds, Even if it feels good on my ears.
 
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Yup... all pad options for it seem to go for a pretty penny. I tried to look for pad alternatives too and was close to get the W1000x Pads but REFUSED to spend $80+ for them and decided to sell the headphones instead! lol :wink:
£57 doesn't seem too bad imo. That or this hobby is skewing my opinion of "value".
 
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creative labs wow pads fit and are more cushy but reduce bass a little. these are popular with the superlux crowd
 
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