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Just listened to some Fostex T50RPs today... WOW!

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by pianist, Oct 26, 2009.
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  1. ruinevil
  2. bluemonkeyflyer
  3. kalbee
  4. ruinevil
    I went to Michael's and got the Creatology foam that wje got instead. It's only 2mm thick, but its adhesive.
     
  5. leeperry
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    Well, this is the pimp daddy of vibration damping: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpesXpPoN8c
     
    Good luck fitting them inside the T50RP cups, though....but you could always stick them on the outside [​IMG]
     
  6. Armaegis
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    Oh there's plenty of space... might be interesting to try that in place of the plasticine. 
     
  7. kalbee
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    Haha, well, I wasn't implying any vibration dampeners for headphones, just as general use.
    But those look interesting and yummy.
     
  8. leeperry
    Well, buy.com had a "buy three, get an extra one for free" together with free shipping on those Moongel's so I couldn't resist and bought a whole bunch of those, they do wonders as isolation feet! But cutting them nicely in order to fit into the tiny squares of the baffles seems rather hard to accomplish because this is really not stiff whatsoever and cutting them to the right dimensions is easier said than done IMO, much like cutting jelly....This said, it would prolly be one of the best material for the job indeed and it's feather-light too.
     
    Or you could install small patches in the four corners of the T50RP cups.
     
    I was personally wondering how to put them to good use in the yamies, maybe replacing the stock felt that stands in front of the vent holes.
     
  9. everlong

    Bump. Or if you only have tested the 940 cushions, was they easy to get on? To get the 990 on is nearly impossible..
     
  10. ruinevil
    Probably equally difficult to acquire (not difficult at all), but the 940 pads are about 30% cheaper. 
     
  11. hipster2010
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    There's always something novel, just some things don't always work out
     
  12. micmacmo
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     I can attest to that.
     
    EDIT: I wrote the opposite of what I meant :)
     
  13. hipster2010
  14. hipster2010
    My HD580 headband padding just arrived. Time to put it on [​IMG]
     
  15. AnotherN00b
    someone posted pictures a while back of their phenomenal white enamel paint job; very professional
     
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