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Monoprice Monolith M1060 and M560 Planar Headphones

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by wordfool, Sep 13, 2016.
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  1. DrSchnickistein
    Hmmm... Been mulling on what pads I should get for the m1060s. I bought them used so the pads aren't that great.

    Any expereince on Dekoni hybrid pads?
     
  2. Dawnrazor
    Pic ??
     
  3. OldDude04
    If you're looking for a finished pic of the mod, that's on the previous page. But if you're looking for a pic of the clip on the original yoke, I'll take a pic of the removed yoke later today for you, which will show you how it was mounted inside the wood ring.
     
  4. Dawnrazor
    It just said like the pic below and I didnt see one. But yes that would be nice.
     
  5. OldDude04
    Weird, I had uploaded the photo when I made that post but you're right, it wasn't there. I went back and edited the post to have it. Here is the pic in question:

    SharedScreenshot.jpg
     
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  6. westyjeff
    Ok, I just bought a 3D printer, now I want to print new rings that hold the driver. Has anyone modeled these is 3D yet?
     
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  7. DrSchnickistein
    Hmmm... Maybe if you can sketch some diagram or measurement of what you want I can try to make an .stl file for you. But it'll have to wait. I have flight tomorrow and will be back in two days. M1060 hasn't arrived yet so I have no physical reference...
     
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  8. Dawnrazor
    Yeah thats the one. Thanks that helps a ton
     
  9. OldDude04

    Here are a couple pics, one with the clip and rubber grommet on and one with them off.

    Yoke (1).jpg Yoke (2).jpg
     
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  10. westyjeff
    All of this was very easy to accomplish, Audize mounting system is much better and looks better too! After this you will have just driver and housing from M1060, essentially only the good parts of this headphone.
     
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  11. atilllla
    Looks good. Could you share the fazzor stl?
     
  12. DrSchnickistein
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  13. atilllla
    IMG_20190212_162804.jpg

    Thanks,
    Currently Im using the previous version of it without the six side supports. This type of fazzor lets venting the air inside the cup, and its a very good way to tune the bass.
    With this fazzor the subbass will be unleashed maybe a bit too much.
    To tune the bass Im using electric isolation tape around the cup. If you close the holes this way the sound will be like the original unmodded. I cutting holes on the isolation tape to tune the bass until perfection.[​IMG] [​IMG]

     
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  14. DrSchnickistein
    Hmmm... interesting. I could make some slight adjustments to include an almost full circle ring with the supports but with tinsy little holes to vent ever so slightly. What size hole you reckon would be a good starting point? Once we get this dialed in, I can send th files for CNC cutting of carbon fiber :D
     
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  15. westyjeff
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