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Monolith M1060 Mod - replace the Grill foam with 1mm crafting felt?

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by GoingBackHome, Dec 18, 2017.
  1. GoingBackHome
    I get a used new pair of the M1060. Now i want to Mod it too for better Sound performance.

    I found this Video for the known "Fazor Mod":


    Also i found this Post on Reddit:

    https://www.google.de/amp/s/amp.red...6e1/the_miserly_monoprice_monolith_m1060_mod/


    For the Second one you remove the foam from the Grill with removing the front Grill and yeah remove the foam from it. But if you do that, the sound dosent reflect no more. So its more open but more more darker if your read this thread:

    https://www.head-fi.org/threads/monoprice-monolith-m1060-and-m560-planar-headphones.820107/page-121

    "After that I removed the ear side driver cover portion of the stock can(you can remove that with the stock pad, but for whatever reason CSkippy decided not to do so. This is some form of a front wave damping scheme, toward the driver this material is very thick and like a synthetic woolly material. Removing this instantly made the can super super dark, so I'm assuming there where using it a reflector of sorts, I had another friend on discord with a measuring set up tried his without that material and the drop off in HF was very noticeable."


    So if i remove the foam and replace it with the same 1mm crafting felt which i using for the Fazor Mod, it must be a little bit better reflect..im right?

    And another point. The Fazor Mod - if you covered the remaining metal plate with felt it should sound more refiend or not?

    Hope you can help me before i try to mod them.
     
    Last edited: Dec 18, 2017

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