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So I ordered these off of ebay as "refurbished" and they came like this:


Fully sealed, regular retail packaging! No mention anywhere that they are refurbs.




Btw, OP!
These are now $33.99 per the original link. Update this thread title, and bummer to those that paid $40 a few days ago!
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826106531

I live in a first world country, what the hell do I have to be bummed about biggrin.gif
If I'm in a posiiton to spend cash on non-essential things designed to entertain me, then I'm pretty damn happy LOL
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/\ haha thumb.gif great attitude

Yeah, I just picked these up as a back up and have already modified them per that bass mod in my previous post. Id say these are definitively worth $40 biggrin.gif
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/\ haha thumb.gif great attitude

Yeah, I just picked these up as a back up and have already modified them per that bass mod in my previous post. Id say these are definitively worth $40 biggrin.gif

Do you think that mod is safe and easy to do for someone that's never modified headphones before?
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Do you think that mod is safe and easy to do for someone that's never modified headphones before?
First, take some time listening to the headphones, see if you enjoy what they are able to produce on the bass side of things. Listen to either real cd/dvd/bluray's, some quality flac rips (search out your favorite album vinyl rip or the equivalent, higher the bit/sample the better ,) favorite music or movie.


This way you have a good point of reference. You will either be satisfied with the bass output or want a slight improvement. For me, there was room for some improvement. Fear not, the process can be reversed with some similar tape/fabric (nor is the final product dramatically different)

Separating the cushion/cups is simple; i used a small flat head and worked my way around they simply pop off the cups (easy, and not much room to make any irreversible mistakes.) The next step is removing the four Phillips screws holding the drivers in (the trickiest part, screws are hidden from sight by foam.) The screws are just outside of the grates on the speaker grill, use the photo from the link as a reference. I just prodded with my Phillips for the screw head and the foam gave way while removing. From there it is very easy to see the three bass holes on the back of the drivers, covered by Sennheiser's tape (hold the speaker to a light source and their outline is easy to see.) I used a razor to cut a square around the center hole and then simply used my small Phillips to poke the hole and remove the square around that center hole, leaving the other two unscathed. I just used some thick black tape (like duct tape but more serious/fabric like) to hopefully do a bit of dampening instead of the clay.

The risk factor is pretty low...the bass holes are small to start and poking through the fabric/tape there is easy...there is a decent depth to the hole, so there is little worry of poking a hole in anything important. They state you can use that breathable tape to cover the holes back up in the original post. Disassembly/reassembly is fairly simple. So far, I am enjoying just having the center hole free.

If you want another photo of anything or have questions ask here or pm... fairly simple process, especially if you like to tinker. id be much more weary if these were $100+ headphones but i feel much safer messing with a 30 dollar set smile.gif
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Anyone of you guys know if these headphones leak noise? I'm looking for a cheap set of headphones that I can use while I'm working around other people, as it helps me concentrate.
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Originally Posted by Rambleon84 View Post

First, take some time listening to the headphones, see if you enjoy what they are able to produce on the bass side of things. Listen to either real cd/dvd/bluray's, some quality flac rips (search out your favorite album vinyl rip or the equivalent, higher the bit/sample the better ,) favorite music or movie.


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The risk factor is pretty low...the bass holes are small to start and poking through the fabric/tape there is easy...there is a decent depth to the hole, so there is little worry of poking a hole in anything important. They state you can use that breathable tape to cover the holes back up in the original post. Disassembly/reassembly is fairly simple. So far, I am enjoying just having the center hole free.

If you want another photo of anything or have questions ask here or pm... fairly simple process, especially if you like to tinker. id be much more weary if these were $100+ headphones but i feel much safer messing with a 30 dollar set smile.gif

Wow thanks. Yeah, the mids and highs are pretty much exactly how I want them to be. The bass is a little meh, so if I could improve it for free I will definitely try it. +rep
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Anyone of you guys know if these headphones leak noise? I'm looking for a cheap set of headphones that I can use while I'm working around other people, as it helps me concentrate.

They don't leak until you're above 80% volume, below that no one else could hear it. It isolates pretty well too.
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Randomly $34 now....what?
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how do these compare to Koss Porta Pros? (i just bought my porta pros like 2 months ago...)
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