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The Beyerdynamic DT880 Discussion thread

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by chinesekiwi, Jun 14, 2009.
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    I'm not positive on your readings but I'm sure someone here could set you straight. I'll get my multi meter and check my DT880's again to verify. Mine are stamped 600ohm.
  2. TrollDragon
    You have the 600 ohm version.
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  3. flyinion
    Hi guys, hoping someone can help. I've been looking all over this thread and Google and can't find a link to a replacement headband pad I saw a while back for the DT-880 Premium (not the snap on Pro but the other one). I know they can be replaced I've seen YouTube videos showing how to peel the old one off and put the new one on, but I can't seem to find a way to buy one now. Has Beyer discontinued the part? I can't find any pads at all for DT-880's on their site. I'm running replacement ear pads from Dekoni but they don't seem to have any headband pads.

    The stock one has become pretty uncomfortable after a couple hours of use with the modmic as a gaming headset right in the middle of the headband. I'm guessing peeling the old one off and going with the snap on style will work but it seems like it might not fit well especially with the wings? I'm probably going to just break down and pick up a gaming headset for that use, but I'd still like to fix the DT-880's for music use.
  4. MrMan
    Are you gaming PC or console ?

    If PC this webcam works pretty good as a microphone too.

    Not sure if this would work?
    Last edited: Nov 27, 2018
  5. CoryGillmore
    I contacted Beyer directly and I believe they sent me for free. Maybe I paid shipping or something. But yeah just shoot them an email. Beyer is great to work with.
  6. flyinion
    Thanks! I'll look into that.
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  8. MrMan
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  9. Dobrescu George
    I think the one in the Massdrop is the Pro version. I haven't heard them side-by-side to say whethetr there is a sonic difference
  10. Magicman74
    You can contact United Sound Services if you are in the US? Those guys over there are the US Repair/Replacement part guys for the states. The Headband is used for many sets the T70/T90, The Premium Black Editions 880/990 etc. I've bought a few off them along with other parts, replacement bows, slider sets, pads. I think that pad only runs about $11 too, plus shipping. You can call them up but be ready for talking on the phone....LOL those guys love shooting the S@@T, about random stuff. But they will take care of you parts wise :)

    Last edited: Nov 29, 2018
  11. Reinhold
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  12. CoryGillmore
    There's a dude in this thread who knows everything there is to know about Brainwaves pads on the DT880. he and I spoke at length a month ago or so in this very thread. If you start going back you'll find everything you need to know. Like literally everything
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  13. Reinhold
    thanks dude. i ve ordered the xl hybrid pads.
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  14. MrMan
    You are looking at the XL size. The XL is the same thickness but are wider pads. I
    When you first put the XL pads on you are going to think they are loose. They go on very easy. The comfort is crazy on the Brainwavz XL pads. The pads will not fall off or move when they are on your head. Since the pads are wider it spreads out the pressure on your head and they feel better. The hybrid XL pads will change the sound. It will give it a little more bass body and some would argue a little more sound stage. The bass I can confirm and the soundstage I can not.
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  15. CoryGillmore
    Haha there he is
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