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Fostex x Massdrop TH-X00 Review

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by jude, Nov 24, 2015.
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  1. VRacer-111
    Last edited: May 24, 2018
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  2. ayetabern
    I found the highs fatiguing (mine is modded with lawton driver tune-up and ori pads). Used to fix it with EQ but i ended up modding mine with rubber (rubber shoe pads) onto the foam ring that is under the headphone pad. Pretty easy to do. Now i EQ only to bring more fun to them. I've also added some merino wool on the other side of the same foam ring for a small change. The biggest change being with the rubber mod. Now i can spend all day without feeling fatigue.
     
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  3. koover
    This case will pretty much handle most HP’s? I only need 1 as all mine stay hanging in my music/movie room and only take 1 out at a time. Just looking for the most versatile case on the cheap that’s still really good.
     
  4. SilverEars
    Find an Ebony, you won't regret it. No harsh highs, smooth and very nice with all genre of music. My ears enjoy very much, it's pleasureful. :smile_phones: Nicki Parrott is wonderful! So much ear pleasure. It gets so much head time. This is an all arounder, except slight under-performance with heavy rock. Smoother treble and better bass than EMU Teak.
     
    Last edited: May 25, 2018
  5. SilverEars
    Vracer sent a TH-X00 headphone included in this case. Very nice case, stiff and durable(of course you'd have to know if your headphone fits well). Nice price.
     
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  6. VRacer-111
    Yes, most all large over ears will work with it, even AKG K7XX just fit. Trying to remember if the M1060 fits or not...
     
    Last edited: May 25, 2018
  7. koover
    Cool. I just ordered off yours and the others feedback. I don’t own the 1060 anymore but it’s big so if that fits, anything pretty much will. Want to use especially for the Purplehearts, Sony’s and Denon’s. Thanks for the confirmation man!
     
  8. VRacer-111
    Also depends on the pads used on a TH-X00/AH-DX000: ZMF Ori will be fine though a little tighter fit, something like the MrSpeakers Alpha Pads (almost equivalent to Audeze LCD2 pads in size/shape) are EXTREMELY too tight and not really a good fit at all in the case - I'd be worried about stressing the magnesium frame and snapping something with Alpha pads in a Slappa case... the ZMF ori is about as much pad as I would feel comfortable with in the Slappa case.
     
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  9. Vipu
    I dont think I want ebony, I want a lot of bass and everywhere I have read people say PH is to get then.
     
  10. Leopanda
    Hey guys! Can anyone comparise lambskin and protein leather Ori pads in terms of changes in sound? I am going to find aftermarket pleather pads if they sound as good as lambskin.

    I really like the feeling of stock pleather pads, but don't want to trade soundstage and bass quality for comfort.
     
  11. muffins
    Wow, it took them forever, but the TH-X00 are finally being released in 1 day with detachable cables on Massdrop, now rebranded as the TR-X00 :) Screenshot_20180531-184327_Chrome~01.jpg
     
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  13. interweb-tech
    Wonder why they settled on Sennheiser connectors. Why not 2.5mm like all us self-modded out here lol.
     
  14. VRacer-111
    Because they already use those connectors for the TH610 and TH900 MK2...
     
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  15. theangelboy
    At least they chose an industry standard connector and didn't do something super proprietary. Also, if you want 2.5mm you can always get the EMU Teak.
     
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