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Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair

Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair Reviews

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Feel the felt
 
I first saw these at NAB 2011. I thought they were quite an improvement over the original Sony Ear Cushions. I removed the old 7506 Sony cushions and installed these. The removal and installation is not easy but is doable. Fortunately you don't need any glue to install the new ones. We have used the 7506's we have with these and, so far, have good reports. This was the least expensive I found them when shipping was included. I had found some others with better prices but that price advantag...

Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair review by TV Guy can be read at Amazon.Com
 
TV Guy
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5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 05/21/2011
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in terms of replacement
 
I own Sony's MDR-V6's, and my intention in buying these was to replace the pads since I often sleep with my headphones on or wear them for extended periods of time.There's a real trade-off. The Beyerdynamics replacement pads are extremely comfortable, but they let more sound escape. So if you like to listen to your music loud and drown out any other sound, you can be kinda rude to others if you're not careful.The regular MDR-V6 pads are less comfortable, still pretty dura...

Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair review by superted can be read at Amazon.Com
 
superted
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4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 05/16/2011
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Good replacement
 
Well, I've had my MDR-V6's for about 7 years and the padding was in horrendous shape. The seems had split and the vinyl was almost non existent. Between this and another pair, these were pretty highly recommended on a few forums I had read.INSTALLATION: Talk about a very frustrating initial 15-20 minutes with these. No instructions, had to look it up and found a few written out explanations. Getting the old ones back off wasn't to bad, but getting the first replacement on wasn't ...

Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair review by B.Bower can be read at Amazon.Com
 
B.Bower
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5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 04/27/2011
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Velour for Audio Technica ATH-M50 and Ultrasone HFI 780
 
I love the sound of my M50 but for the longest time I dreaded the sweat inducing stock pleather pad. Beyerdynamic EDT 200 brought new life to my M50. It now sounds great and is comfortable for extended listening at my work desk. The fit for the M50 is "A Bit" of a stretch but it fits just fine. The supplied foam screen covers up the driver nicely from the elements, but it does take a few adjustments to get it to center.The pad is a perfect fit for my Ultrasone HFI 780; and like t...

Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair review by Paul can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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Review Date: 04/22/2011
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Gain Some, Lose Some
 
Bought this bc the OEM earpad was hurting my ears after only an hour of use, and no, it doesn't get better after 2 weeks of usage. What's the point of having a good headphone if you can't use it??? It might have been bc my ears are bigger than the opening of the earpad, so those who have smaller ears might not have this problem. The opening of this earpad seems to be bigger, along with the softer material, makes it really comfortable to wear bc it doesn't press against my ear anymore. Also, i...

Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair review by Nghia Doan can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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3.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 04/21/2011
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A nice improvement!
 
My Sony MDR-7506 headphones had seen hours of daily use for about six years, and the pads were really starting to show it. As amazing as those headphones are, the Sony pads are not very durable. Mine were still comfortable, but they were falling apart, leaving black flakes in my hair every time I wore them, and the interior edges had busted open, revealing the foam inside. I could no longer avoid buying replacements, but I wasn't eager to spend money on a product that I new had a limited life...

Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair review by J. Cardello can be read at Amazon.Com
 
J. Cardello
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5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 04/20/2011
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A Must-Have Product!
 
Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm HeadphoneUPDATE: 18 months since my "must-have" review. How's it going? I find no issues with anything stated in that review. I'm more grateful than ever for the decision to purchase 7506's (just a fantastic product still like brand new). How about the velour earpads? Well, I discovered the original equipment...

Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair review by Alamo can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Alamo
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Review Date: 04/11/2011
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Perfect replacement for Sony MDR7506
 
I put these velour covers on a pair of Sony MDR7506 headphones. Perfect fit. Very comfortable. They don't stick to my skin like the stock earcushions. Fast shipping.

Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair review by Kenneth E. Jones can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Kenneth E. Jones
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Review Date: 03/20/2011
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Best Headphone Pads
 
These pads fit as well, if not better, than the original ones that came with my headphones. The material is so much more comfortable and my ears don't seem to get as hot and sweaty as they did before. Thank you for a wonderful product. I look forward to getting many more years use out of my Sony headphones!

Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair review by atxmikeriv can be read at Amazon.Com
 
atxmikeriv
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5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 03/06/2011
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Comfy pads for Sony V6's
 
I bought these pads at the suggestion of several reviewers of Sony's MDR-V6 headphones. The reason people get these for the Sony's is because the stock earpads seem to fall apart after a few months or so. I have experienced this on another pair of Sony's I own, so I decided to be proactive and get these velour pads along with the V6's. After listening for a couple of days with the stock pads, I was satisfied with the comfort and sound of the headphones, but once I put these babies on the V6's, m...

Beyerdynamic EDT250V EDT 200 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones Pair review by B. Morsman can be read at Amazon.Com
 
B. Morsman
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5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 02/25/2011
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