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    ROG Enthusiast Array Mineria PC Specs
    Mineria PC Specs
    MotherboardASUS Maximus VI Formula
    ProcessorIntel i7 4790K
    Memory (part number)32GB 2400Mhz G.Skill Trident X
    Graphics Card #1ASUS ROG Strix GTX1080 A8G
    Sound CardCreative SoundBlaster ZxR
    MonitorASUS ROG Swift PG348Q
    Storage #1Samsung 960 EVO
    Storage #2Samsung 850 EVO
    CPU CoolerCoolermaster V8 GTS
    CaseNZXT H440
    Power SupplyEVGA SuperNova 1000 G2
    Keyboard Corsair K70
    Mouse Corsair M65 Pro
    Headset Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro
    Mouse Pad Corsair MM300 Extended
    Headset/Speakers Mackie CR3
    OS Windows 10 Pro x64
    Network RouterASUS RT-AC3200

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    Quote Originally Posted by arkejn View Post
    ACN is only noise cancelling, it won't affect playing sound as much, only help to cut off from environment's noises Have you got Pro version with usb soundcard? if no, probably your problem is with a soundcard on your pc/notebok
    Vulcan ACN, not PRO, I have no problems with my Sennheiser 360 GAME neither my SONY MDR-V600 or SteelSeries Siberia V2.
    Soundcard: ASUS XONAR Phoebus

    EDIT: Just tried to check the cans again, hight's didn't miss out this time, kind of weird.
    Still, the Vulcans are far from superior to my other headsets.
    My latest tracks sound pretty compressed with the cans https://soundcloud.com/joerg-baermann
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    Hi i have same Problem.Where a buy this ear pads???I look Amazon or google but still dont find this item its not normal!!!!What now????? Pls help if you find where i buy ear pads send me LINK here or PM Thanks.

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    I have had the same problem. Bought a set in December 2012, by June 2014 they were perished, they still sit in vain hope of replacement pads.

    The headset can still be bought, the earpads are still perishing for new owners, Asus do not care, seems they will take the money and give you the middle finger when their stuff falls apart.

    Seriously, why can they not supply spares? It would seem they cannot, nor do they want to, this would infer Asus clearly have no respect or care for their customers.

    I am pretty pissed off at having bought a £70 headset from a company that had a respectable image, just to find out they do not care if the earpads perish, and that they fail to carry replacements. Customers complain, Asus seem to shrug their shoulders.

    I have quite a few Asus products, I loved the Asus RoG kit, been using those motherboards since socket 775, and other Asus motherboards elsewhere. Last Asus motherboard I bought was upon the release of the Z87 chipset. I have not bought an Asus product since the earpads perished, as I have lost faith and respect in Asus.

    Sure they get good reviews, but behind it all, if they think it is OK for customers to buy headsets, then ignore requests for earpads that are clearly substandard and of poor quality, but hell, they won't care if a customer goes elsewhere, as they will still be pumping out mass produced pap with the Asus logo demanding a premium to the glazed eyed fan base.

    Now real companies, when something goes wrong they address it, Silverstone, headphone jack failed on a case, they had one in the post after receiving my email, when you use a Noctua but need a bracket, no worries, issue with Corsair, well in the past the rare issues I had were quickly resolved.

    But come off it, a huge company like Asus, selling £70 headsets, but they CANNOT supply replacement earpads?

    Asus, you guys have issues.

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    Well well. Good thing I read this because I was waiting for a promo on the Asus Vulcan Pro at my local store.
    They would last longer with me since I'm not a "hardcore" gamer anymore, still I want to buy an headset that lasts more than 3 years.
    I'm really disappointed. I like the design, the folding metal system and the nice case that comes with it.

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    Here is the solution :)

    Now everybody knows that there is no offical replacement pads. But I searched other brand parts. I have bought MDR 7506 for Sony from AliExpress. It cost 3$ with shipping. A little bit smaller but it fit perfectly
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    Quote Originally Posted by qzan View Post
    Now everybody knows that there is no offical replacement pads. But I searched other brand parts. I have bought MDR 7506 for Sony from AliExpress. It cost 3$ with shipping. A little bit smaller but it fit perfectly
    Did you used superglue or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qzan View Post
    Now everybody knows that there is no offical replacement pads. But I searched other brand parts. I have bought MDR 7506 for Sony from AliExpress. It cost 3$ with shipping. A little bit smaller but it fit perfectly
    I did the same thank you for this,
    my Vulcan earpads ripped after 2 weeks of purchase the headphones really good but the earpads/leather, not really

    no glue needed as well, fits perfectly

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    Quote Originally Posted by qzan View Post
    Now everybody knows that there is no offical replacement pads. But I searched other brand parts. I have bought MDR 7506 for Sony from AliExpress. It cost 3$ with shipping. A little bit smaller but it fit perfectly
    You are the best! I too went through the disintegrating earpad/earmuff phase with my Vulcan ANC's. I got my Vulcan ANC headset in 2011, but by 2015 the earmuffs finally bit the dust. They lived in a box for a few months while I moped about my loss, but before tossing them out I found this thread. Sure enough, the Sony replacement earpads qzan suggested worked a treat! They took about 2 weeks to get from China, but that's the nature of cheap Amazon tat.

    I will say, they do need a bit of breaking in, as they're a bit poofy out of the package and keep the speaker just a -smidge- too far from your ear. However, after a few weeks use they were just fine. Hopefully this thread gets more visibility so that folks know what to order and don't risk giving up on these awesome headphones.
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    I have bought ATH-M50 EarPads for Audio Technica from AliExpress. It cost 3.10$ with shipping. Imho, they look a little bit better than MDR 7506, and it fit perfectly.

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