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u/overstable · 279 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Sony MDR-7506

They've been a standard for professional audio engineers for decades for good reason - and they only cost $79.99 on Amazon.

I've had mine since the mid-90s and have traveled around the country with them crammed in a backpack and they have held up like a champion. I keep saying I'll replace them with the same model if they ever die, but they just keep working.... The only issue is that the ear pad covering wears away over time, but this is easily fixed by purchasing BeyerDynamic velour pads. These pads are super comfy, and well worth the $23. They're not just a replacement for the original, they are an upgrade.

u/manirelli · 63 pointsr/buildapc

ATH-M50S with velour DT250/280 pads

This pic shows the difference for anyone looking to do the "mod"

u/Calijor · 59 pointsr/todayilearned

I also own a pair of these and if you want them to be comfortable you may have to grab some $20 velour pads. I have these as well and they make it far more comfortable to wear. I literally have these on for 8 hours after playing Civ and besides them being a little warm (Florida) they're super comfy.

u/kh2linxchaos · 9 pointsr/buildapcsales

If you don't mind spending more money on different parts for these headphones, these earpad and headband replacements are fantastic.

u/Shenaniganz08 · 9 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I've had my Sony MDR7506s for over 12 years and they are still going strong. You can replace the pads with higher quality ones

You can thank me in advance

u/dolichoblond · 8 pointsr/headphones

Switch out the earpads. This is a common complaint with basic pleather earpads. They may be comfy and form-fitting but they don't breathe enough for some people (myself included).

An amazon customer image shows those Panasonic pads swapped out with Beyerdynamic 250 Velour replacement pads.

I just did the same "mod" with my Monoprice 8323s because the only thing $30 about those cans is the earpad material. Much nicer now with the velour. The $25 is a bit much for earpads as they're not as nice material as say the Beyerdynamic DT880's velour earpads but they definitely do the trick for me.

u/jags0333 · 5 pointsr/headphones

I haven't tried socks, but I have used some of these with good results.

u/flychristopher · 5 pointsr/headphones

They are super durable- Once you get the ear pads replaced, they can last for years. I've had mine for a few years; used them at home and on the job (live sound) daily. They still work good as new. Great cans. I'm glad you like them!

u/the5souls · 5 pointsr/buildapcsales

Sennheiser HD 558

"Open" headphones, which means the outside parts of these headphones aren't solid. And because it's open...

  • Sound leaks out, which means other people can easily hear whatever you're listening to even at normal volume
  • Wider soundstage, which means you can better pinpoint where and how far the sounds feel like they're coming from (imagine you were in a decently sized concert hall with the sounds coming from all around you)
  • Less bass, which means you won't get those headrattling wubwubs and explosive bass hits
  • More treble, which means you can hear the higher sounding stuff like pianos and snare drums
  • Do-it-yourself moddable, which can help adjust the HD 558 headphones to sound closer to it's big brother, the HD 598, and may help add a teaspoon of bass


    Audio-Technica ATH-M50

    "Closed" headphones, which means the outside parts of these headphones are solid. And because it's closed...

  • Sound stays in, which means other people won't be able to easily hear whatever you're listening to even at normal volume
  • Smaller soundstage, which means it's more difficult to pinpoint where and how far the sounds are coming from (imagine you were stuck in a small closet with the sounds coming from the walls)
  • More bass, which means the wubwubs and bass hits have some more "punch" in them
  • Less treble, which means instruments like pianos and snare drums are less "crispy" and sound duller
  • Default earpads are commonly swapped out since the M50 earpads can wear out, may be uncomfortable, or the ears can get warm over time.


    Both are pretty good headphones, and there are pros and cons to each. Just remember to consider what kind of music you listen to, what kind of games you play, and whether or not people will be around you when you're listening to stuff! If portability is a concern, the ATH-M50x can fold up into a more compact shape if needed whereas the HD 558 can't.

    And welcome to the audiophile world! Your wallet will cry!

    Come stop by /r/headphones whenever you want!
u/[deleted] · 4 pointsr/BuyItForLife

The replacement pads for the Sony MDR-V6. They're great headphones, but the pads are just god awful. Pick up those nice beyerdynamic ones, it lasts longer and feels more comfortable.

u/kissmyassdracula · 4 pointsr/headphones

I got the velour pads like other people suggested a year or so ago and love them.

Here's a link for purchase:

u/Lolzum · 4 pointsr/headphones

The Beyerdynamic DT250 pads are also a solution, which for many are the go to pads for the M50.

u/Lawsnapper · 4 pointsr/headphones

Here are some Beyerdynamic Pads that fit. The Amazon customer review pictures have some instructions on how to fit them, and this Head-Fi forum post has some step-by-step instruction pictures as well. I put the pads on my M50's, and I have really liked how they feel. I still think they sound good, but as with most things YMMV.

u/livefreeordi3 · 3 pointsr/EDC

Yes actually I got the flaking right around the 4 year mark as well. Following instructions I found on a forum, I replaced the original pads with some Beyerdynamic pads , and it was just as good as new!

[Edit] here's a video showing you the process of replacing the pads.

u/monoxgas · 3 pointsr/headphones

Put the velour pads on mine about a month after I got them, can't recommend this enough. The headphones are super comfy now and don't wear on my ears during long use.

For reference:

u/idiosyncrisia · 3 pointsr/headphones

I have had mine since 2007.

When your ear pads die- they will die either by disintegrating or splitting at the seams, you can buy these:

They will fit your headphones, and are velour. A bit more comfortable I think too.

These things are tanks, and while they may get uncomfortable if you wear glasses, they will last a long, long time through much abuse.

I have flown countless times with them, and they still work flawlessly.

u/turfyman · 3 pointsr/headphones

You can roll the Beyerdynamic DT250 Pads.

They fit surprisingly well and they're velour to boot.

EDIT: Maybe it goes without saying, but I have these on mine. Look here for pics.

u/Kazooie · 3 pointsr/EDC

Just thought this would be fun to do.

(from left to right, top to bottom)

2009 13" Macbook Pro w/ 256 GB SSD

Pentel GraphGear 1000

Moleskine Notebook

Nebo Redline

Bolle Anaconda

Time Easy Reader

Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10

Boy Scouts Swiss Army Knife (not sure which model)

Audio-Technica M50 with EDT250 pads

Nintendo Wallet from NYC Nintendo World

Insulated 20oz Klean Kanteen

Kenneth Cole Reaction Bag

Arbor Bandana (as a face mask for cold days)

iPhone 4S


Keys (glowing tritium, apt, mail, bike, lockbox, utili-key, LED, room, car keys)

u/camelNotation · 3 pointsr/howto

These are either MDR-7506 or the MDR-V6 and either way, you have a stellar pair of headphones right there. I roll the MDR-7506 myself and for the money, you won't find a better technical listening experience. If you replace your pads with the Beyerdynamic Velour Earcups you will find slightly better isolation, increased comfort, and even clearer bass. Here's a link to them on Amazon, but shop around:

You'll need to pry off the old ones along the edges. Once you get a bit off, the rest should slide off with it. Just be gentle with the edges so you don't bend anything out of shape and harm the isolation quality.

u/ninjapirate9901 · 3 pointsr/headphones

A nice alternative is the Beyerdynamic DT250 Velour Pads. They fit both the M50 and pro700mk2 (though it takes a bit of wiggling).

u/TaintedSquirrel · 3 pointsr/buildapcsales

A few years ago a rebrand of these came out called NX-HTDJ with velour pads + headband. I picked up a pair for $12 and they're amazing. Unfortunately it looks like they aren't being manufactured anymore.

DT 250 pads will fix the 8323's but they cost about $25.

u/Dyllionaire15 · 3 pointsr/headphones

Absolutely, and I don't think it would look bad with black pads on white headphones personally.

Here are the ones I bought. They took a little effort to put on there, but are very snug and don't move around. (The amazon picture isn't correct, as it looks like they are the plastic/leather pads, but what you get is the velour)

These Shure pads apparently work as well, although I don't have any experience with them. Looking at the reviews they seem like they fit a little bit looser and can freely spin a little bit.

When I get home tonight, I can take some pictures of them on my M50's if you'd like. I love them and well worth the $20 I say.

u/matty_b · 3 pointsr/headphones
  1. As mentioned elsewhere, the BD pads are great.

  2. Never tried and never looked.

  3. If you bought them used, so used that the pads are worn, wouldn't the burn-in opportunity be long gone?
u/Rexacious · 2 pointsr/rocksmith

I use the MDR V6 which are similar. Used them for the past 7 years, so much I bought a second pair for when I am away from home. They're the only headphones I've owned which have maintained their sound quality after so long.

I had the same problem with the earpads falling apart after a while so I replaced them with Velour pads. The ones I bought are here:

There are cheaper alternatives now, but when I bought the pads years ago there weren't so many.

u/notavalidsource · 2 pointsr/gamingpc

I have the M50's too, and was able to pick them up for $110 a couple years ago. They have been wonderful to me in games. Recently replaced the earpads, and while they do leak a bit more sound, they are so much more comfortable for me, and I love the velour over pleather on my skin.

u/SnuffulPuff · 2 pointsr/headphones

Here's another way of doing it if anyones interested, just some genuine leather from ebay. I also got beyerdynamic pads instead after doing some research.


I just cut the leather to the same size as the orignal material and sewed it up by hand.

u/poco153 · 2 pointsr/headphones

I had a set of Beyerdynamic EDT 250 pads on mine when I had those Panasonics, and they worked well. Much comfier than the default pads.

u/dubbingt · 2 pointsr/headphones

I have these headphones. The standard pads aren't very comfortable and over time they lose their softness. What I did was buy these Beyerdynamic Pads.

Its a direct fit and a very popular mod for these headphones. Mine feel much more premium and very comfortable for long periods of time now.

u/TheSonar · 2 pointsr/headphones

These ones


u/veepeedeepee · 2 pointsr/headphones

Try replacing the ear pads on your 7506s with those designed for Beyerdynamic DT-250s. They're far less fatiguing because of the velour construction and, for me, feature improved lows and isolation. Also, only about €20.

u/extraGuac · 2 pointsr/headphones
u/phobos2deimos · 2 pointsr/headphones

Get these Beyer velour pads, much better than the Sony stock pleather pads.

u/decalotus · 2 pointsr/headphones

Have had mine for 7 years and still going strong. It's been mentioned, but the pads will be destroyed after a year or so of regular use.

I'd go ahead and pick these up as well:

More comfy and way more durable.

u/tatumc · 2 pointsr/gadgets

I listen to the same types of music and I have these.

I love them.

Also, get these to replace the stock pads.

u/veni_vidi_vale · 2 pointsr/headphones

yep those are the pads. The velour version will rob a little bass, so you may want to consider pleather

If you do want velour another option is the DT250 pad

Both pads are straightforward swaps, pull the old pad off, and put the new pad on, no tools required, will take you less than 5 min if you use the right technique

also, the V6 are pretty much identical to the 7506, if you have patience IMO go with the V6

the stock pads are a little thin, HM5 pads definitely add to comfort

u/douggiefresh024 · 2 pointsr/Metal

These are the ones I used. I know it says they're for Beyerdynamic but they'll fit other headphones (including the m50's). It's a bit of a pain switching them but it's doable.

u/I_Am_Treebeard · 2 pointsr/melodicdeathmetal

I own a pair of Sony MDR-7506's and they handle every style of music I've used them for extremely well (with the exception of EDM, they are not bass heavy enough to really do that style any justice). They are studio monitors so they are very flat (no extra emphasis on the lows or highs) and their clarity and presence is unbeatable for the price. They will blow anything by Skullcandy or Beats completely out of the water and they are supposed to last for decades, I've had mine for about 3 years and they function as well as the day I bought them. There's also an /r/headphones and /r/audiophile subreddit, they will definitely point you in the right direction.

The only complaint I had about these headphones was that the ear pads started to wear out after about a year so I replaced them with these slightly softer and nicer earpads and they look as new as the day I put them on. They have a little more cushion which creates a little more deadspace between your ear and the speaker which in turn gives the bass a little more kick.

u/Balzac_Onyerchin · 2 pointsr/audio

Personally? I'd get another set. I've had a pair of MDR V6 since the mid 80s (basically the same headphones), and they are still great.

For the money, it's hard to beat those two Sonys. Both are on Amazon for just over 70 at the minute, and you can throw in a pair of velours for super comfort and still be below your spending cap. I bought the ones below for my V6.

u/nantucketcookie · 2 pointsr/headphones

edit: found these on amazon

they seem to be well reviewed, best of luck!

u/Advice_For_You · 2 pointsr/headphones

I had to replace the pads on my Sony MDR v6 several times. I recommend using the velour pads made by Beyerdynamic. They do not flake off like the stock pads and I had one set last 4 years straight without falling apart.

u/sageDieu · 2 pointsr/headphones

Here you go:

Beyerdynamic EDT250V Headphone Ear Pads Black

I have had these on my M50s for almost a year now and they work great. They're a little tight (as in smaller than the stock pleather pads) but that hasn't been an issue for me - I was worried they would fall off or something over time but they have held up great and I definitely do not baby these headphones.

As for the sound change, I'm no hi-fi audiophile but it doesn't bother me. To the trained ear hearing side by side with the stock pads and these you might get some weirdness in the bass tones but its nothing unpleasant for me. I personally enjoy a lot of bass so getting more boominess is not a bad thing - I use the second mid-heavy eq on my fiio e6 and that both combats the tonal imbalance of the headphones and cuts back on the boominess caused by the pads.

u/DasKnocker · 2 pointsr/headphones

On mobile and just erased my wall of text, but can't recommend the BD velour pads enough. Had them on my 7506 Pro for about three years and couldn't be happier.

Beyerdynamic EDT250V Headphone Ear Pads Black

u/clay_vessel777 · 2 pointsr/OverwatchUniversity

Get these headphones, get these replacement earpads, and this mic.

You will have fantastic audio quality, hours and hours of comfort, and years (if not decades) of use. I have a pair of those headphones I've had for over 10 years and used extensively for audio/video editing and they are absolute Godsends

u/__dontpanic__ · 2 pointsr/VideoEditing

I've had these cans for 8 years now and still going strong. Love em. Tough as nails too (although I did manage to break the headphone jack through my own stupidity, but it was nothing a bit of solder couldn't fix).

If you do get these headphones, make sure to get these pads too:

Can't rate those pads highly enough.

u/wondroushippo · 2 pointsr/headphones

They're light and you can adjust their clamping, and they might be the best you can do in your budget. Which, and I'm being blunt here but it's the truth: your budget doesn't really afford you the opportunity to be picky here. You could buy the Monoprice 8323 and add Brainwavz velour ear pads or these Beyerdynamic ear pads ( and get more comfort, but you could be spending more than the headphones themselves (on Monoprice for $16, more on Amazon) for the ear pads. Same situation with the KSC75, they're $15 and use the same drivers as the PortaPro, but more comfortable quality ear pads seem to run as much as they do. Maybe that's worth it to you. But I think your money's best spent buying the best sound quality you can and dealing with whatever annoyances may possibly exist.

u/thewatermellon · 2 pointsr/headphones

Great headphones! It's one that I always recommend to friends on a budget. As for the replacement pads, you have 2 options the way I see it.

  1. Buy either genuine or knockoff ones that are the same as what are on there now. Something like this.

    or 2) A lot of people like these Beyer pads for the V6/7506. I've never tried them, but I'm sure you can find more info if you search around.

    Either way enjoy the cans!
u/andysaurus_rex · 2 pointsr/headphones

I know they aren't velour in the picture but these are the ones I ordered and they are in fact velour. The picture is incorrect.

u/Loid_Node · 2 pointsr/audioengineering

From what I have gathered from my teachers and people around me, is that headphones usually exaggerate frequencies unless you get some flat response ones I suppose, even then it will probably sound different on speakers and such. Some headphones that was suggested on this thread are the Sony MDR-7506 which look pretty nice, and have a flat frequency response. I can't confirm the quality but if you do get these, you would also need the ear cushions because I hear the quality of the default ones aren't that great.

Edit: Now seeing that mixing on monitors is preference, I would probably mix on monitors myself, the mixing console in school is really awesome so I love being in there. But since I am broke I wil probably be using headphones myself.

u/nachoaddict · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

Yeah for sure :) The first time you switch out pads it takes some getting used to stretching them all the way around. I used these but I found them to be quite a tight fit for the m50's which means slightly annoying to put on your cans. They aren't a perfect fit so the lip of the pads that holds onto the ear cup doesn't go all the way in like it does for the stock pads. If this is confusing I can provide some pictures but they do feel more comfortable after you've completed the mod. A lot of people liked to use these Shure pads too though I haven't had any personal experiences with them.

u/obviouslyCPTobvious · 1 pointr/cscareerquestions

I put these pads on them. It's more comfortable, but you a lose a small amount of bass.

u/Tweeters_ · 1 pointr/AVexchange

These headphones are in great shape, cosmetically and functionally. Currently have these Beyerdynamic EDT250V pads on them. Also comes with stock pads, (barely used) and 1/4" adapter.

Asking $60 shipped via Priority Mail 2-day, please PM me if you have any questions. Thanks for looking!

u/SwaggetyAndy · 1 pointr/HeadphoneAdvice

Sony MDR V6/7506 with Beyerdynamic velour earpads ( are the most comfortable headphones I've ever had. I can wear them all day at work with no trouble, while my Audio Technicas and Sennheiser wireless ones start to bother me after a few hours. The stock earpads on the classic Sony MDR line are crappy pleather garbage but those velour pads are a serious upgrade in feel and comfort. And the pads plus the cans hit right around $100.

u/Righteous_Fire · 1 pointr/buildapc

Slightly more than your budget, but are probably the best for the price:

Sony MDR-V6

Read up on them, and look out for Knock-Offs

I've had them for YEARS. I replaced the pads with some velvty ones after a year or so of pretty heavy use.(

u/Xenoither · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

I've heard they're decent for less than twenty dollars. Some people recommend replacement pads for the ears.

Something like this.

The plastic will probably break sooner rather than later if you're not careful but otherwise they're not bad for the price range. There's better but by no means are they bad.

u/Chronic_Apathy1 · 1 pointr/headphones

I've had my M50s for about 9 months, and I love them. I sprang for these pads for extra comfort and haven't had any problems. 10/10 would recommend.

u/scratchr · 1 pointr/headphones

I'm considering purchasing the Beyerdynamic velour pads for my New Sony MDR 7506 headphones. I don't want any sound leakage and don't want to lose the current neutral balance of these headphones. (The Amazon reviews seem fairly inconclusive.) Do these negatively affect the treble and isolation?

EDIT: I purchased them.

EDIT2: These do horrible things to the sound quality. Please don't purchase them.

u/kare_kano · 1 pointr/headphones

I haven't heard anything like that, in fact rather the opposite. I don't think they're any more flimsy than your average headphone. If you're not playing football with the backpack you should be OK. Also, there are parts available for pretty much anything for the MDR7506. (And here's some cool velour pads).

u/Mistapwnz · 1 pointr/headphones

The DT250 Pads actually cost less

I'd stick with the 7506 and buy the velour pads if i were you.

u/JammySTB · 1 pointr/buildapc

>Doesn't look like the ones you listed have a USB connector, which I've found handy since I have easier access to a spare USB port rather than plugging into the 3.5mm headphone jack in the back of my PC.

If they connect via USB, that means that they will use their own sound card, rather than the one in your PC/the one on your motherboard. This means that part of the $30 cost of the headphones goes towards a sound card.


Headphones with a lot of integrated parts, such as microphones and that little volume knob in the middle tend to be a lot easier to break, and if one thing goes, you're fucked and have to buy new everything, instead of just replacing the $5 microphone.


They are supraaural, rather than circumaural. I(and many others) tend to find supraaural headphones to be uncomfortable. This is especially true if the headphones grip your head tightly, which those ones look like they do.


They seem to use some kind of rubber for the earcushions. This will not help them in terms of comfort. Those Panasonics use artificial leather, and aren't very much better in this regard, but you can buy velour earpads for them. Velour earcushions are extremely comfortable - they let your ears "breathe".


>Other than that, looking at the Tech Specs for each they don't seem that wildly different.

Generally, the tech specs don't mean much.

Here's a review of the Panasonics I recommended.

This post includes an excerpt from the same guy, saying he prefers them to the Sennheiser HD 650, which tend to go for $330-400.

u/fmsrttm · 1 pointr/battlestations

I've heard some people end up using these, if you look at the customer images a guy shows how he did it.

u/net-force · 1 pointr/headphones

They are a quite popular pair on /r/headphones and since they are so popular their flaws are highlighted quite a bit. They're quite uncomfortable since they clamp on your head pretty tightly and the standard pleather pads are quite unpleasant to say the least. They are a well made pair of headphones though, at their price I think they're fine, I have other headphones that I'd prefer but they are quite fine. The m50 are fine with and without an amp, they improve but I'd personally prefer a higher quality pair of headphones before dropping a lot on an amp.

You can get away without an amp so I'd suggest if you would invest the remainder of your money on the mouse/keyboard upgrade and getting velour earpads for the m50 since I absolutely detest the pleather earpads.

u/stanziak · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Have had the the corded 3.5 headphone jack version (8323) for the past five years, at the time was $28 including shipping. Would absolutely recommend if you get alternative ear pads and possibly a head band of this kind for comfort. I use Beyerdynamic Earpads. I can look up the exact links for the two products on Amazon later if anyone is interested.

I also applied a very nice decal to mine to remove the mono price branding from DecalGirl. It's under Kicker HP541 as these are just rebranded by Monoprice.

u/Fopenplop · 1 pointr/Bass

Also the classic mod is to replace the pleather earpads which wear out easily with velour Beyerdynamic EDT250V pads.

u/Valvatorez · 1 pointr/trees
u/Szteto_Anztian · 1 pointr/gaming

You can replace the pads with these. They are much more comfortable than the stock pleather ones.

u/ramsr · 1 pointr/headphones

One problem with them is that they are uncomfortable for some people. If you find the comfort lacking grab these earpads. I know it's weird that you are paying almost the same amount as the headphones for it but you should also realize the sound quality of the monoprice headphones is on par with $100 headphones. So you are still saving $50. Read Steve Guttenberg's take on them. When it comes to headphones the man knows what he is talking about

u/Flamesilver5 · 1 pointr/headphones

I've used these velour pads on my MDR-V6 for years and they work great. They're incredibly comfy and easy to install (read the first review for step-by-step instructions).

u/CarlFriedrichGauss · 1 pointr/buildapc

Had mine since 2010, and my brother used it for a few years before that. The pads started to flake off, and will left some black flecks on my face around my ears whenever I put it on. But buying these made everything all better.

u/musictomyomelette · 1 pointr/headphones

I have the "little brother" model 7506 and it is an extremely durable, great bass-heavy pair of headphones. I cannot recommend them enough! Eventually I will upgrade the pads to these and they also fit the V6's. I heard they make it more comfortable and offer more isolation

u/higmanschmidt · 1 pointr/audiophile

I was in the same position as you not long ago. I ended up going with the ATH-M50. I've not had other pairs of audiophile headphones, other than a pair of ~$120 IEMs. I LOVE these things. Burn them in with some looping pink noise for ~100hrs. I was skeptical about that, but it actually made a huge difference. They did feel a little claustrophobic right out of the box, like kikimonster said, but after burning them in they don't feel that way at all. As far as the bass, these compare to the 2 10" JL's i've got in my car (these are actually clearer sounding). These can hit so hard I expect to feel it in my chest like the subs. Also, consider getting these and replacing the stock ones. Head-fi thread about that here.

u/Vidiot_savant · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

Sony MDR-VR6 best headphones for 100$ Don't let the price fool you they are a production industry standard for a reason. Yes there are better cans but none for the price. They sound great and are tuff enough to throw in a tool bag every day for years. Add a set of byerdynamic dt250 pads and Bob's your uncle.

u/ilikepork · 1 pointr/audiophile

I have the v6 and they're my go-to cans anytime I need a little sound isolation, like on road trips and plane trips, etc. There's no active noise cancelling so don't expect pure silence when putting them on, but I find them adequate enough.

To me, they sound a bit "V-like" (high treble, high bass) which some people enjoy, but I find tiring after extended listening. That said, my regular cans are the Senn hd650 so I'm used to more muted highs.

If you do decide to go with them, I suggest getting replacement earpads.

u/rashani · 1 pointr/techsupportgore

MDR-V6? In any case, those pads need to be replaced ASAP. These will makes your ears very, very happy.

u/saxmaniac1987 · 1 pointr/livesound

And upgrading to the velour ear pads from Beyerdynamic is pretty damn luxurious!

u/cowsrock1 · 1 pointr/headphones

Yup! They're these ones. Agreed, I tried the Beyerdynamic pads for a bit, and was unpleasantly surprised. Everyone was raving about them but I found they made the sound muddy, boomy and less clear.

u/wildptr · 1 pointr/headphones

Thanks for the speedy response! Are these the pads? Also, can you point me to a tutorial to fit the pads onto the headphones?

u/MrEleventy · 1 pointr/headphones

Love my pair as well. Another rec upgrade are these. The top of your head will thank you.

and if you want velour pads...

u/firitheryn · 1 pointr/headphones

Wear the glasses above the bridge? I know it's not a great solution but I'm not in glasses myself. You might also want to look into the velour earpad replacement.

u/TheDerpySpoon · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

Obviously OP gets first dibs but I haven't heard back from him yet. Looking for $70 shipped.

Edit: Here are the pads they have, threw out the originals since they were literally falling apart. I've also replaced the 3.5mm plug since I accidentally snapped off the original.

u/V1RU5-13 · 1 pointr/headphones

while I vouch for the comfort of the DT 770s earpads, the ones OP is talking about are these:

u/owlicks58 · 1 pointr/edmproduction

Third here: definitely agreed.

I have the MDRV6 which are the older model but precisely the same headphones. The only difference is the gold plug on the 7506.

You can often find the V6 cheaper than the 7506, but right now they are only $2 less on Amazon so I'd go ahead and pick up the 7506.

One piece of advice: definitely pick up the Beyerdynamic velour ear cushions for them. Sooooo worth the investment. Makes them infinitely more comfortable/durable and even improves the bass response.

u/ass2mouthconnoisseur · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

mah nigga!

Love my MDR-V6's. I use a gaming headset for the wireless function, but goddamn are they amazing. As a previous user noticed, the bass isn't thumping, but if you want bass heavy cans you're in the wrong thread.

Did you upgrade the ear pads? If you have not I highly recommend these pads 10x more comfortable than the stock ones. Now I can wear them all day with no fatigue.

u/TranscodedMusic · 1 pointr/edmproduction

I have these and love them; no ragrets.

Do yourself a favor though and use some of the money you're saving to buy these Beyerdynamic velour earpads. They are an AWESOME upgrade. Super comfortable and even a bit better bass isolation.

u/NotCEC · 0 pointsr/buildapcsales

Just pick up these bad boys. I just got them for an old headset I have and they are fantastic. No more heat. No more ear crushing. Pure sex for my ears.