This is my first real mod, and I really start to enjoy this, maybe some of you guys are interested. Ideas come from other people's sock mods and Graphicism JVC HA-RX700 Mods This mod only cost me a few dollars, it does no damage to my earpads and it's totally reversible. All I used was a pair of black nylon socks and black cardboard (I found these in a dollar store) This mod: It adds more comfort for those doesn't like the feeling of leather pads and adds more room inside the cups. Other effects: Some sound leak due to mod, as well as, changes sound slightly, depends on the materials used. I find mine slightly more bass and set 1 row back. Choice of Materials: Nylon socks, thin socks for less sound leak, also thicker material will probably give more bass. Cardboard, thin enough so it won't take up much room inside the earpads but strong enough to hold it up. Also, doesn't speakers partly made out from cardboard? I cut my pair of socks 3.5" long, and the cardboard is 8.5" long and 0.5" width (2 folds from 1.5" wide) and tape together at the ends to make a circle. Then I put the sock on the earpad like so, leave enough room so it can go around in the inside. Then used the cardboard as a seal, right inside of the earpad. This also adds extra room for your ears inside. Do it to both side of your ear pads, then it's done! I really do love the sound of these stock but the comfort level of leather pads has been... annoying.