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Replacement Ear Pad Foam Cushions for Sennheiser HD414 / Fits also Grado SR60 SR80 SRI-Series headphones


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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sennheiser
  • Model: HD414PAD

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 2 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002B4OEZ0
  • Item model number: HD414PAD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (128 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 25, 2009

Product Description

This is a popular upgrade for the stock ear pads on all of Grado's SR and RS series of headphones and is suitable for both the 'reverse pad mod' and the 'quarter mod' upgrades.

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Customer Reviews

Sounds better than before.
Killa
These work great as a replacement for my Grado SR80 foam pads which had disintegrated.
Axeman
They fit fine and are actually a little more comfortable than the originals.
D. Schasteen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Doctor G on July 1, 2009
I'll be short and to the point. I bought these ear pads as replacements for my Grado SR60 ear pads. They fit perfectly and are more comfortable than the original ones that came with my 'cans'! No modification needed. They help me to enjoy my Grados even more!!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By D Mac on June 22, 2012
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I bought these with a set of new Grado SR80s based on the reviews thinking that they would be much more comfortable.

I find them less comfortable than the stock earpads. They are definitely thinner material, spongier (not as dense), and after about an hour of wearing them, it really starts to hurt my ears.

For the quality, they are certainly not worth anything more than $5.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Jacob Roch on March 30, 2011
Hey there fellow Grado owner, HD414 pads are one of the cheapest, easiest ways to upgrade/change your Grado headphone experience! They don't cost too much, sound great, fit all Grados from the SR-60i to the PS-1000, and make your cans quite a bit comfier. Some reviews on here say mod them, some say it's not necessary, well, I say the choice is yours, but here's the fact. They sound different (to me and most others, much better) and are comfier for larger ears with a quick modification.

In terms of sound, I prefer the bowls (Grado G-cushions) on my cans, but they're also like 4 times the price of these guys. Compared to the donuts(Grado L-cushions), I actually like the sound of the modded HD414 pads more. There's no contest between these and the stock SR60i, 80i and 125i pads, even if you quarter mod and reverse them. These are better, easily. No matter how you slice it though, when modded, these are the most comfortable pads for Grado headphones.

Now, if I may pose a question to you, future or current HD414 Replacement Foam Ear Pad owner; would you rather have your Grado headphones, renowned for their aggressive bite and wonderful high end clarity, sound A) dark and muffled or B) aggressive, clear and bright?

If you answered A, you might want to try out other headphones and for now, don't bother even changing your pads. Sucks to be you!

If you answered B, what you want to do is cut a 25mm hole in the center of the pad. This will put less between the driver and your ear, resulting in greater clarity It can be a little bigger or smaller (mine is quite a bit bigger, I just cut all the way to the inner edge of where the pads attached) it really doesn't matter, as long as they fit, and they will. You can't cut them too big and have them not fit.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By DrOct on April 7, 2011
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After many years of use the pads that came with my Grado SR-60's had finally totally worn out. I started looking for replacements and found that these were supposed to fit well. Turns out the fit perfectly, are comfortable (they might be more comfortable than the standard ones, but it's hard to say since I'm comparing totally new pads to a vague memory of how comfortable the original pads were nine years ago) and it's kind of fun to see my old headphones with bright yellow pads on them.

Definitely recomend these for anyone looking for new pads for a pair of Grados!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Drewloo on April 30, 2011
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I bought these to replace the stock ear pads on a pair of Grado SR80's which had literally begun to disintegrate into a black powder. They arrived very quickly, just a couple of days after placing the order. I tried them first by just sliding the pads onto the Grados. They sounded fine but I was interested in trying the 'quarter' mod and tried that--cut a quarter-sized hole in the middle of the pads and put them on the Grados backwards. Much more comfortable and I like how the mod allows the drivers to not press directly against my ear compared to just sliding the pads on without the mod.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Martin G. on July 27, 2012
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First, I'd like to mention I am unfamiliar with the Sennheiser HD414s these pads are supposedly designed for. I bought these pads to replace my somewhat ragged Grado SR60 pads. Compared to the stock Grado pads, these are noticeably flatter and thinner. They fit well enough, but I found that they are quite a bit less comfortable than the cushy Grado Pads.

Considering I just wanted some new pads for my headphones, they served well enough. At the time I bought them the actual Grado replacement ear pads (Grado Replacement Headphone Cushions for Grado 60i, 80i, and 125i SCUSH) were unavailable on Amazon, which forced my hand a bit. Considering the Grado pads are slightly cheaper and (in my opinion) much more comfortable you should probably not buy these ones for your Grado headphones. Both these pads and the Grado pads are overpriced for what they are, but I'd say these pads are not worth the price.

Also, they are even MORE yellow in real life. Could be a plus or minus for you I guess, haha.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Wang on May 31, 2010
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I am very pleased with the purchase. I almost want to say that the earpads fit better than the original pairs that came with the Grado SR80 earphones. They fit like a glove and comfortable to wear for an extended period.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Harry G. Ebright III on October 25, 2012
They are thin and low Quality. If you wear them very long your ears hurt from little to no cushioning. Bought for Grado Labs, SR80 Earphones. These Sennheiser HD414's are worth about $1.99. Don't waste your Time or Money.Replacement Ear Pad Foam Cushions for Sennheiser HD414 / Fits also Grado SR60 SR80 SRI-Series headphones
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