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Beyerdynamic EDT 250 Velour Padded Earcushions for DT250, DT280, Sony MDR7506 and V6 Headphones (Pair)

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  • Original beyerdynamic replacement ear pads
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: beyerdynamic
  • Model: EDT250V
  • Color Name: Black

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 4 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0016MF7W2
  • Item model number: EDT250V
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (322 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 20, 2010

Product Description

Replacement original velour ear pads for beyerdynamic DT 250, DT880, DT290, may fit Sony MDR 7506, MDR V6

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Customer Reviews

What an excellent replacement for the pads on my Sony MDR-7506 studio headphones!
Robert
They are very comfortable and I swear that sound quality has improved (more bass, deeper and richer sound).
firemedic4
The EDT 250 ear pads are much more comfortable and better made than the original Sony ear pads.
Gregory R. Martin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

245 of 247 people found the following review helpful By Geo Mealer on February 23, 2012
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Got these to replace my MDR-V6 headphone pads which, like others', were flaking off the pleather rather aggressively.

Other reviews are spot on: these are plusher and enhance bass while taking the harsh edge off treble. The fabric is warmer, but more breathable, so it's a net comfort gain for me. The pads themselves are thicker than stock, and do a good job of keeping the headphones from crushing my ear. Noise isolation seems about the same to me.

Regarding installation:

1) Toss the stiff plastic inserts. You don't need them.

2) Pull off the old pads. They just come right off with a good tug.

3) Take these, and flip the edge on each pad inside out all the way around, like turning up the hem on a pair of jeans.

4) Hold the V6s (between my knees worked best for me) so that one ear is pointing straight up and the rest is out of the way.

5) Take the circular backing pad and center it on the V6 earpiece. There should be fabric-on-fabric contact that'll keep it from moving around too much.

6) Place the earpad pad dead center on top of that. As you do the rest, try to keep a little downward pressure to hold things in place.

7) Start flipping the edge down around the earpiece. Don't try to get it in the slot yet, flip it over the entire edge.

I recommend starting at the narrow part of the oval, doing one whole half to the other narrow part, then holding that in place with one hand while flipping the other half down with the other. If it slides off, flip it back up and start over. You'll quickly get the hang of holding one part in place while flipping the rest.
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86 of 87 people found the following review helpful By J. Cardello on April 20, 2011
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 lifespan. (After all, I'm guessing the cans themselves will last another six years at least!)

After doing a little online research, it seemed like these Beyerdynamic pads were a good alternative, so I decided to go for it. Installation was...about as difficult as installing Sony pads, which is not high praise, but it's doable. It was easier once I started pulling the edges PAST the groove in the headphones and then slowly sliding them back down into place. Once this rather frustrating task was finished, I immediately gave my newly refurbished headphones a test drive with some of my favorite orchestral pieces. At first, the somewhat firmer foam of the pads pressed a little too hard on my head, and the texture of the velour wasn't my favorite, and I was a little put off by the way the high end of the sound seemed quieter...

...but after less than a week of use, I've changed my mind. These pads do seem to get broken in a little bit as you use them, which is a good thing. They're quite comfortable now, and the high end doesn't suffer much. Just takes a little bit of getting used to. I'd say these pads have three major advantages:

* The surface clearly won't be flaking off in a few years.
* The bass is a little bit louder and more resonant, but not annoyingly so.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Alamo on April 11, 2011
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Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone

UPDATE: 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 faus leathers are equally comfortable during colder months of year but velours are hands down great year around and 100% improvement during warm months. Having mastered the install process, I'm at ease changing out the pads to accomodate the temperatures a few times through the year, hopefuly adding lifetime to both sets of earpads. Both sets are like new after 18 months...no discomfort, no unusual wear/tear, no flaking.

Additional recommendation: you can spend megabucks buying products for storing 7506's and others when not in use. My solution: purchase from dozens of stores (even dollar stores) a plastic coated metal rack sold as storage for irons (as in laundry). The rack can be attached to whatever with couple of screws (always included in package), picture hooks, etc. and it just happens to have all the correct features to hang your earphones and umpteen feet of cable out of harms way. Cost: couple of bucks and much more efficient than $20 to $100 racks sold specifically for ear phones.

ORIGINAL REVIEW - While researching and completing homework on Sony 7506's a huge number of reviewers commented on faux leather ear pads (original equipment).
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