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post #241 of 247

you've validated my observation--they're not optimal for mobile phones unless you amp 'em (i've used a fiio e11, but actually need to turn the amp quite high). the open design doesn't help, since you get a lot of ambient/outside noise. as you suggest, i may relegate them for pc use, as they really do sound good.

post #242 of 247

I also couldn't find the correct headphones in Eu. So I can't use my KSC75. It is damn painful. To be honest, they have been staying in my drawer for a long time. Kind of a dead purchase. For gym, I am going to get a budget iem or something.

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Seems like it might work but I can't say 100% unfortunately. For the price, it is worth to try it out I guess.

post #245 of 247
Those aren't going to work. The product image seems to show the cable routing through the headband so it probably isn't a detachable headband.

If you can't find a headband then get KTXPRO1, same titanium coated open back driver but with headband.
post #246 of 247

I wanted to do the headband mod in my Yuin G1A and searched a lot for a headband that looked like the headband of the Parts Express Mini Stereo Lightweight Headphones.

 

I bought this model (but from other seller) and it worked:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/NIB-INTERNATIONAL-STEREO-HEADPHONE-NICE-SET-/250640931273

post #247 of 247

Could you please take good photos of the headband with and without the drivers?

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