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Monolith M1060C Closed Back Planar Headphones impressions

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by FastAndClean, Jan 12, 2018.
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  1. bjaardker
    I'm sure it would be fine until it isn't. I have 3 dogs and long beard hair. The chances of getting something buzzing on the membrane is pretty high for me, so I'd just rather not take a chance for a minimal gain.
     
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  2. Dawnrazor
    fair enough man. Though it would take a lot of work to get something in there and not sure its a minimal gain though....
     
  3. navydragon
    C360_2019-08-08-23-04-37-160.jpg my m1060c's current form. waiting for my orange cable sleeves and 2.5mm jacks to make my custom orange balanced cable.
     
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  4. theangelboy
    Looks good! What headband is that? How difficult was it to attach it?
     
  5. navydragon
    thanks. It was just salvaged from my old takstar pro 82, fitted with ZMF lambskin pilot pads. It was easy to install, just screw it into the stock ring.
     
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  6. senegalas
    Joshua valour like these without any foam, just stock dust filter paper. So what are your preferences? Do you like them without foam, with extra foam? Also if I would remove that paper dust filter would it improve anything? I am using honeycomb grill with no foams rn
     
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  7. Tony51
    No foams at all sounds the best to me. However, I have never dared to remove the white tape attached to the drivers.
    Tony
     
  8. senegalas
    Have you tried paper towel mod? It is quite popular on regular m1060
     
  9. Tony51
    I have not tried the paper tower mod, wasn't that mod to tame the 5k ring on the 1060? I have the 1060c which doesn't posses that issue.
    Tony
     
  10. theangelboy
    From what I have found is that the paper towel mod helps the most with reflections on the stock grille on the regular M1060. After I got a 3d printed grille it made the paper towel unnecessary.
     
  11. DrSchnickistein
    I use super thin thermolam for cover because of its transparency. If you'll be putting in some damping, place them along the edges and not blocking any of the slits just to remove unwanted reflections.

    For my m1060, I use dynamat and fuzzor for damping. Makes the mids super tidy and prevents the fazor mod from being too eager in the mids.
     
  12. senegalas
    Do you have any pics? I kinda eannw see how that looks like. I also have some thin dampening pads from superlux hd300 and it is pretty thin so I think I could use it
     
    Last edited: Aug 17, 2019
  13. theangelboy
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  14. senegalas
    I have found this foam from microphone packaging. I think it work well in dampening those sidea you mentioned [​IMG][​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Aug 26, 2019
  15. senegalas
    Could someone measure open back m1060C
     
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