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RE: The Ultimate Listening Chair?

Hi 

I know this an old thread but I've been looking for a particular solution that involves the "Restwell Napoli" armchair that I just bought..

The faux leather material  to the sides of my head is causing unwanted mid-range noise and I'm looking for a material than I can place over these parts to absorb the noise.. any ideas would be appreciated Smile

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RE: The Ultimate Listening Chair?

Big Aura wrote:

 

the reproduction ones can be quite shoddy - made with faux leather, or just cheap grade stuff.  Try before you buy!

I quite like the balzac chair

That is just plain ugly dude!

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RE: The Ultimate Listening Chair?

iamthegruffalo wrote:

Big Aura wrote:

 

the reproduction ones can be quite shoddy - made with faux leather, or just cheap grade stuff.  Try before you buy!

I quite like the balzac chair

That is just plain ugly dude!

Looks like it's eaten too many pies Smile

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RE: The Ultimate Listening Chair?

I suppose the Eames is one of the most obvious choices, but its really pricey...

I wonder if this is more comfortable than it looks?

 

http://www.officechairsuk.co.uk/vitra-repos--ottoman/

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