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Topic # 55666 7-Jan-2010 20:20
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I'm talking about these:
thing

http://img254.imageshack.us/img254/3866/belf8z0555.jpg

I can't find them anywhere :(


I need them for my B&O A8's because the foam
gives it a kind of a seal which increases the bass..
It sounded so much better with the foam


but now I lost them all..


I visited MagnumMac, Parallel imported, some computer store and DSE in Newmarket with no luck :(


I can't find any online retailers who ship it to NZ either.
I believe that if they do, the shipping will cost more Laughing


Please! Anyone?
 It doesn't have to be that particular product in the photo (Belkin)


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  Reply # 287942 7-Jan-2010 22:35
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DSE USE to sell them... have you tried any audio / hifi specialists?

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  Reply # 290958 18-Jan-2010 20:46
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minjae0810: I'm talking about these:
thing

http://img254.imageshack.us/img254/3866/belf8z0555.jpg

I can't find them anywhere :(


I need them for my B&O A8's because the foam
gives it a kind of a seal which increases the bass..
It sounded so much better with the foam


but now I lost them all..


I visited MagnumMac, Parallel imported, some computer store and DSE in Newmarket with no luck :(


I can't find any online retailers who ship it to NZ either.
I believe that if they do, the shipping will cost more Laughing


Please! Anyone?
 It doesn't have to be that particular product in the photo (Belkin)



I can get these (same thing but not Belkin branded) on my next shipment but it will take some time.

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