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    Join Date: Feb 2010

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    Default Beyerdynamic DTX 900 foam earpads

    I really like my Beyerdynamic DTX 900 headphones, but the earpads are wearing out - and are generally a lot worse for wear. Is it possible to replace these easily, or do I have to assign these headphones (sadly) to the junk drawer, and replace them with something similar or better?

    If the latter, what would be a good recommendation - up to (say) 150.

    In the first instance I'd like to get these fixed, if possible - the units are still working well.
    Dave

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    Dave, I bought some beyerdynamic dt990 pro a while back, I dont normally like headphones but these are great, around 105 if you cant get yours fixed
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    just looked on google there are a great many suppliers for the dtx900... as an example


    https://www.aliexpress.com/i/4000157...5d671657800-43
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    Pete,
    your still truckin!

    remember you from back in the day on the old forums, and they say nostalgia ain't what it used to be.
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    I enjoy Hifi n stuff...

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    I remember a picture of some sort of monster or weird cat like creature years ago on some forums, was that Zanash?

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    That was the Guy...

    very knowledgeable and helpful, knew a lot of things about a lot of things.
    Helped me out a few times back in the day.
    I enjoy Hifi n stuff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazjam View Post
    That was the Guy...

    very knowledgeable and helpful, knew a lot of things about a lot of things.
    Helped me out a few times back in the day.
    Great to have him still around I remember reading lots of his posts in the past when I was doing my hi-fi research on the internet.

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