hmm interesting. I could have sworn I saw some posts where someone made his/her own wooden cups (not from Smeggy) for the fostex t50rp. The biggest hurdle is figuring out the measurements and dimensions of everything. From there, one would probably need a lathe to cut nice smooth bowls into the wood to make the cups. As for the construction of the baffles, I have no idea.
So I have been thinking about enhancing the acoustics in my room for music listening and I have a couple basic questions about acoustic foam and treatment.
Where are the most important areas to have acoustic foam?
I am a DIY kinda person and am wondering if there are any kind of DIY acoustic foam/bass traps threads or links around?
What are some good and reasonably cheap acoustic material to use?
I came across this stuff, it seems like it would be nice to go...
Are there any tutorials, design plans, how-to's, or people with helpful advice regarding constructing wooden ear cups for the Fostex T50RP and the assembly of the drivers into the cups? I think this would be a fun and challenging modification to the headphones to try. Thanks for any and all help!
I have no idea about being able to return it or no. The hanger holder is broken. They are normally joined by plastic, but the plastic snapped at the joint. I can still kinda manage to wear them without too much problem, I just have to keep the head banging down. Other than that, I am going to keep burning them in the mean time.