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Replacement Ear Pad Foam Cushions for Sennheiser HD414 / Fits also Grado SR60 SR80 SRI-Series headphones
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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.Read more ›
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.
Definitely recomend these for anyone looking for new pads for a pair of Grados!
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Keep the great old Sennheiser plugging along. Why don't they reissue the 414s?Published 11 days ago by Eric Bergerud
No good. I had to stretch them like crazy to fit my HD 414. Not comfortable. Unless I was sent the wrong thing. It says on the label HD414.Published 1 month ago by justin De oliveira
I have owned these Sennheiser Headphones for over 50 years and they still work very well. This is the 3rd pair of cushions that I have had to purchase and am very satisfied with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert
I had these ear pads on an old pair of Sennheiser HD 414 headphones during the 1980s and they were very comfortable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JimmyBlues
Have used these cushions before on my Grado headphones. They, in my opinion, are more comfortable than the Grado cushions. I find no audible difference between cushions.Published 3 months ago by Lovejoy23
Great fit on my Grado Sr125 and much better than the stock pads that were on them.Published 3 months ago by beck