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Are you a hardcore Lenny Kravitz fan?
Anyone who likes Lenny kravitz can go jump off a bridge
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Anyone who likes Lenny kravitz can go jump off a bridge

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Anyone who likes Lenny kravitz can go jump off a bridge

How about we go jump in a lake instead?smile.gif

 

 


Edited by 7keys - 7/18/13 at 8:35pm
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I like lakes
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Originally Posted by liquidzoo View Post

Turbulent Labs makes really nice headbands, and it's super easy to get the stock band off to slide a new one on.  There's a video on their site.  I think start to finish it took me less than 2 minutes following their video.

 

Turbulent Labs seemed very serious taking charge of his 'packaging'

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You guys are hilarious
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How about we go jump in a lake instead?smile.gif

 

 

love it very much lol

post #3548 of 5514
Modded my Grados with single sided removable cable.

Album
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Nice job, mvrk!

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Last night I removed the model name button from my 225is.  I wish I had read this first and learned about the glue.  I was expecting double sided tape.  As for getting the glue off I found that rubbing alcohol causes it to loose it's elasticity and get brittle enough to peel off quite easy.  They look way better now so it was time well spent for just that.  Not sure about sounding better though.
 

 

I was looking to take the grille out to paint it black, but well I can't seem to figure out how the endcap and middle tube attach to separate them to get the grilles out.  Anyone know?


Edited by vanhiel - 7/21/13 at 3:04pm
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Last night I removed the model name button from my 225is.  I wish I had read this first and learned about the glue.  I was expecting double sided tape.  As for getting the glue off I found that rubbing alcohol causes it to loose it's elasticity and get brittle enough to peel off quite easy.  They look way better now so it was time well spent for just that.  Not sure about sounding better though.
 

 

I was looking to take the grille out to paint it black, but well I can't seem to figure out how the endcap and middle tube attach to separate them to get the grilles out.  Anyone know?

Just have a look at mvrk10256's mod, it shows how to open the cups with a hairdryer. 

http://imgur.com/a/fWhm4

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Glad you guys found it useful. I used a heat gun, but a hairdryer would be much better. Not as hot.
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 I can't seem to figure out how the endcap and middle tube attach to separate them to get the grilles out.  Anyone know?

 

This is the fastest way.devil_face.gifevil_smiley.gif


Edited by 7keys - 7/21/13 at 7:33pm
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 I can't seem to figure out how the endcap and middle tube attach to separate them to get the grilles out.  Anyone know?

This is the fastest way.

D: AHHH!!!
had me for a moment...
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sorry if this has been addressed before, i've got a pair of alessandro ms2's, that i bought used.

the protective cheesecloth has been removed, and the screens are loose, only held in place

by the pads. i kinda feel that i should put the cloth back on, and reglue the screens on,

pro's , con's ?? and any advice on how to proceed ?

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